AfterDawn: Tech news heads back to court

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 13 Nov 2000 16:11

Tomorrow and UMG go back to court to start a process to determine the damages should pay for UMG for copyright infrigiment.
In September Judge Jed Rakoff ruled that's service and the music archive company had built to support the service, violated UMG's copyrights.

Legal process was originally between RIAA and, but settled with other four major record labels in the summer. Only UMG continued the process. can face penalties up to $225 million, depending on the fact what court decides on the major issue -- how many of the CDs stored in's archive, were actually copyrighted material of UMG.

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