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A federal judge in New York has denied a preliminary injunction request by Capitol Records in its suit against digital music resale firm ReDigi.
Alleging a new frontier in music piracy, EMI Music's flagship label Capitol Records has filed a copyright infringement suit against digital music resale company ReDigi.