Depending on who you ask, we are probably living in some good times, at least when it comes to law suits. Take for example, the recent announcement by the Music Recording Industry to abandon litigious pursuits of song swappers on the internet who infringe on their intellectual property rights. Why?
The impact on you? “Naija Boy” a la Soulja Boy or “Ebute Metta” a la Rihanna’s Umbrella can still have their songs on You Tube without fear of litigation. Although, if it becomes a bit much, there is a substantial likelihood YouTube might ban such violators of copyrighted works.
Source, First Amendment Center
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