With P2P firm LimeWire facing a punitive damages bill after being found liable for massive copyright infringement, the company has been pleading for clemency so it can launch a new legal music service. But what form will it take? Digital Music News has details: LimeWire is planning a subscription-based service including desktop and mobile apps, a website, and both downloads and streaming music. The proposed service will also focus on recommendations through playlists and editorial content. Oh, and it’ll have cloud storage features too. “By syncing iTunes playlists and content to the cloud, users’ existing libraries are available to access and stream to a wide range of connected devices,” says an executive. Something to ponder for our cloud music seminar.

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