We’ve covered the saga of Antiguan startup Zookz in the last couple of weeks: it launched as an unlimited MP3 download service with no licences, claiming that a World Trade Organization ruling allowed it to flout US copyrights. Then it closed down. Now it’s back: Director of corporate comms Marlie Hall posted a comment on the Music Ally Blog revealing that the site has added 16,785 songs in the last week, and is letting people search its database in advance of the site’s return. “We are working tirelessly to bring ZookZ.com back to full service,” they write. Watch this space.

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