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MP3.com ordered to pay up to $250 million in music copyright case Print E-mail
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Source: CNN - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Government Wow. I'm sure this isn't the last of it. "A federal judge on Wednesday found that MP3.com willfully violated the copyrights of Universal Music Group, and ordered the Internet music sharing company to pay Universal $25,000 per compact disc, or as much as $250 million.. . . Wow. I'm sure this isn't the last of it. "A federal judge on Wednesday found that MP3.com willfully violated the copyrights of Universal Music Group, and ordered the Internet music sharing company to pay Universal $25,000 per compact disc, or as much as $250 million.

U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff ruled in April that MP3.com violated federal copyright law. That ruling came in a lawsuit that the Recording Industry Association of America filed in January."

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