A federal judge ruled in favor of the record industry’s contention that a reseller of digital music infringed on copyright, rejecting startup ReDigi’s contention that such virtual transactions were…
As the embattled music industry continued to morph in 2012, a few trends were clear: Players at the top of heap continued to consolidate, digital distribution and streaming became the rule, not the…
Nothing involving digital music is ever clear-cut, and things tend to become especially sticky when the federal government gets involved.
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.
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