After a troubled few months, things could be about to get worse for music startup Project Playlist. While it’s always claimed to merely link to songs elsewhere on the web, one developer has discovered that the site has been cacheing songs on its own content delivery network, enabling users to play them even if the original site that was hosting them has gone down. In other words, it is hosting some songs itself. After being shown video proof, Project Playlist’s VP of programming and content Josh Brooks had this to say: “Watching that troubles me, and it should trouble anyone trying to do anything in digital music. It is a problem that has to be fixed.”

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