EMI’s lawsuit against music locker service MP3tunes rumbles on, and the latter’s CEO Michael Robertson isn’t holding back in his campaign against the label’s litigation. His latest target is EMI’s claim that it’s only ever made three songs available for free online. Robertson got users to install a bookmarklet to alert him whenever they found an EMI track being offered for free online. “In a very short time users uncovered almost 1400 free songs online which they matched to EMI artists,” he writes. “This list is just a fraction of the songs EMI makes available, but it’s irrefutable that EMI uses free song files as promotion. Astonishingly they are still telling the court that they don’t authorize song files to be distributed for free.” Source: Michael Robertson Blog

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