The Flamingos at the time of recording ‘I Only Have Eyes For You’. Anti‑clockwise from bottom left: Zeke Carey, Tommy Hunt, Paul Wilson, Jake Carey, Terry Johnson and Nate Nelson. ()
Media companies that stream music recordings made prior to 1972 over the internet without paying royalties or licensing fees are not violating Georgia’s criminal record piracy law, the state Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous opinion handed down Monday.
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