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News: Google Losing Its Fight With Music Labels on Streaming Service
Posted on Friday, December 03, 2010 @ 13:11:56 UTC
Topic: Industry News

Google's music service is being derailed by music labels who aren't comfortable with its plan to offer music in a web-based "locker," the New York Post reports. Google wants to give users a "digital locker" where they would keep all of their music. From this locker they could stream music to any device they own - their computer, mobile phone, or whatever Google cooks up. The music industry is worried the digital locker will be filled with pirated music as well as legitimate files that users have paid for. Complete Article





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