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Ahead of Apple acquisition, Mog founder sues Beats for $20m

Apple hasn’t acquired Beats Electronics and Beats Music yet, but there’s already a related lawsuit. Back in 2012, Beats bought streaming music service Mog to use as the base for what eventually became Beats Music (Bulletin,...
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Michelle Phan hits back at Ultra Records lawsuit

We reported yesterday on dance label Ultra Records suing one of YouTube’s most recognisable figures: beauty expert Michelle Phan. Now her legal advisers have released a statement claiming the label’s copyright...
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Beats faces another lawsuit in run-up to rumoured Apple acquisition

Beats faces another lawsuit in run-up to rumoured Apple acquisition
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Viacom and Google settle long-running YouTube copyright lawsuit

Viacom and Google settle long-running YouTube copyright lawsuit
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Facebook fields lawsuit over allegedly-false USA Today ‘Like’

Anthony Ditirro doesn't like USA Today.
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ACLU teams up with Insane Clown Posse for lawsuit over Juggalos gang designation

It’s been a while since we’ve heard any of Insane Clown Posse’s music
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Grooveshark tipped to settle lawsuit with EMI Music Publishing

Embattled streaming music service Grooveshark may be about to settle one of its lawsuits, against EMI Music Publishing.
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Playlist.com shuts down original service, shifts to online radio

You'd be forgiven for being surprised to hear Playlist.com was still going. Originally founded in 2006 as Project Playlist.
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GEMA sues YouTube

GEMA has filed a lawsuit against YouTube, demanding a cease-and-desist order to stop it implying to users that GEMA is refusing to license videos.
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No Doubt settles its Band Hero lawsuit

Ska-pop band No Doubt won't be going to court with games publisher Activision, after settling their lawsuit weeks before a trial was due to start.
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Axl gets (another) day in court

Axl Rose’s lawsuit against Guitar Hero publisher Activision will now proceed to court.
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Label Nuclear Blast abandons All Shall Perish filesharer pursuit

Nuclear Blast is keen to explain why it decided to seek details of filesharers in the first place: for "people to be aware that the peer-to-peer file sharing is illegal and hurts the bands and record companies they love…...