Clearplay filed a motion to transfer the case to Utah. The motion was granted. VidAngel attempted to gain reconsideration of the granted motion but they were denied. It appears that the case is moving to Utah.
VidAngel sued ClearPlay, apparently in order to contest a number of US Patent Trademark Office granted patents. This link contains the updates on the Docket. Court Case Number: 2:14-cv-00160-DN. This is a snippet of the filing
In a broad move against ISPs, the British parliament is passing a law that will require them to deny access to entire websites based on a court order. This means that copyright owners can send “take down” notices to YouTube.com if there is any infringing material on their site. Click this link for the article: British Put Teeth in Anti-Piracy Proposal
It appears that the EU is trying to make the process more transparent. I am intrigued that the US, a country that supports freedom of information, was not at the forefront in this. See link: EU Parliament rejects secretive ACTA in vote for openness
If you are interested in Copyright, please feel free to comment. Click on this link: US Copyright Czar wants your thoughts on how to measure and reduce infringement
It appears that in New Zealand they are working on a Copyright law that requires that offenders receive 3 warnings before they are “shutdown.” Click on this link: So long Section 92A – new copyright bill revealed
Click this link: Mashup Artist Calls for Changes in Copyright Law
True creators are concerned about how safe they are.
This article discusses the concerns of knowing when commentary moves in to copyright infringement. The artistic creators are still uncertain if they are safe.
Click this link: Viacom, YouTube inch toward courtroom showdown
Google (behind YouTube) is citing the Veoh decision as support for their position of no liability. Viacom is working on older precedent from the Supreme Court.
Click this link: Senate Demands Transparency on Copyright Bill
The US Senate is requesting that the information relating to this bill be made publicly available.