MySpace Blocks Copyright Abuses

MySpace has licensed new technology to stop users from posting unauthorised copyrighted music. The move comes amid pressure from major studios and record labels against popular online sites like MySpace and YouTube, which they accuse of infringing the copyrights of their artists’ music and videos. MySpace, one of the most popular sites on the internet, has licensed technology from privately-held Gracenote allowing it to review music recordings uploaded by community members to their profiles

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