SCOTUS rules against public domain
We’ll take a look at a Supreme Court ruling from yesterday that allows Congress to take works out of the public domain, and grant them copyright protection again. Is this a step backwards? Then, more trouble in the Eurozone as hedge funds are threatening to take Greece to the Human Rights Court, to force the country to make good on its bond payments. RT’s Lauren Lyster, host of the Capital Account will give us all the details. Also we’ve told you about the government labeling animal rights activists as terrorists. But now journalists are being called extremists for critical reporting. And then don’t miss our Happy Hour.