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MP3Board.com adds a possibility to remove tracks from their index

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 25 Jul 2000 9:21

MP3Board.com, an MP3 search engine, was sued by RIAA and closed temporarily by court order earlier this year. But now they introduce a solution that they believe satisfies recording industry.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act requires service providers to remove illegal content by request of the copyright owner -- we all remember the bunch of paper Metallica provided for Napster.. Anyway, this system makes that process much faster and easier for copyright holders.

But let's see if this makes RIAA happy.. Even that we have to remember that RIAA lost their case against Lycos' MP3 search in last year..

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