Project Playlist has one less major label to worry about in its ongoing legal troubles. The site – now known as – has settled with Universal Music Group, although terms of the deal have not been announced. “While it was unfortunate that legal action was necessary, we are pleased to have resolved this litigation in an amicable manner,” says a UMG spokesperson. The lawsuit dates from 2008, and was originally filed by UMG, EMI and WMG. EMI dropped out to sign a licensing deal with the company in March last year though. Source: CNET

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