- “Controversial Video at Center of Copyright Dispute”
UPDATE from the story reported here May 16, 2014:
By Steven Wyble, Nisqually Valley News:
“The lawsuit between the Freedom Foundation and JZK, Inc. has been dismissed.
Last May, JZK, Inc. sued the Freedom Foundation, a right-leaning Olympia think-tank formerly known as the Evergreen Freedom Foundation, its employee Glen Morgan, and his wife, Lauren Morgan, in U.S. District court.
JZK, Inc. argued in court documents that Morgan and the Freedom Foundation violated Knight’s copyright when Morgan gave the Thurston County Board of Commissioners DVDs with excerpts of an event at Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment that was streamed online.”
“In April, the Freedom Foundation approached the company, owned by JZ Knight, about a settlement, and the company agreed, according to David Dewhirst of the Freedom Foundation.
Each party decided to pay its own attorney’s fees, Dewhirst said.”
- “Glen Morgan was the Grassroots Director and the Property Rights Director at the Freedom Foundation.”
He now holds the position of Adjunct Fellow, according to the Freedom Foundation website.