Canadian Record Labels Pay $45 Million to Settle Piracy Claims- PI Newswire

Artists win case centered around the practice of record labels using “Pending Lists” where they “presume” that a “license can be obtained from the copyright owner” and use their copyrighted works without their expressed permission.Record labels faced claims of $20,000 per each of 300,000 infringements for a total of $6 billion in damages.
It’s always ironic to hear about record labels being charged with piracy considering the lengths to which they go to try and convince the public of its immorality and harm done to society……….

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