Grooveshark reportedly settles with EMI, still struggling to stay competitive

By Justin Kahn
Aug 6, 2013
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  1. Grooveshark is expected to announce that it has signed a licensing agreement with EMI Music Publishing, according to The Verge. This comes after EMI accused the music streaming service of copyright violations in September of last year.

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  2. "The controversial music service allows users to post songs for others to listen to that are often times pirated files, causing a break down in the system..." Which system? The one propping up music prices in the face of a glut of mediocre recorded music? This is a biased article if I ever saw one.

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