This week in the MsLods Round-up: The Conversation asks can you copyright a feeling? Copyright trolls rush in to take advantage of Canadian notice system loopholes, reports Techdirt and The Guardian reports that Malcolm Turnbull has put a plan for media ownership reform on the PM’s desk.
This week in the MsLods Round-up: Brandis snubbed consumer groups on ZDNet, a whistle-blower’s horror story in Rolling Stone and Michelle Obama, Reese Witherspoon and others are revealing their location on Instagram.
In this weeks MsLods round-up: YouTube flags cat purring as copyright infringing music, Gina Rhinehart makes court bid for copy of House of Hancock and data retention hinges on Labor’s support.
In the weeks MsLods round-up: Major labels keep 73% of Spotify premium payouts, whistleblower John Kiriakou, only person jailed over CIA torture program, is out of prison and in a historic ruling, U.K. surveillance secrecy declared unlawful.