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News: The Five Legal Cases That Defined the Year in Music
Posted on Saturday, December 19, 2009 @ 09:19:55 UTC
Topic: Industry News

Companies can't set out to build a business based on their users' infringement of copyright, courts had already ruled. But the precise meaning of that dictate remains in doubt. What steps must sites take to combat infringement? What are the proper penalties for those who infringe? This year, courts inched toward resolution of these questions, giving labels, publishers and artists a bit more certainty as they decide whom to work with and whom to sue. Complete Article





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