LiveUniverse Ordered to Pay $6.6M for Posting Song Lyrics
A group of music publishers has won $6.6 million in a copyright infringement case over song lyrics posted on websites owned by a co-founder of MySpace. Although a default judgment, it was the first of its kind involving lyrics on the Internet, according to plaintiffs attorneys.
By Leigh Jones|October 15, 2012
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