Saturday, December 1, 2007

Music Search Engines Tread Fine Legal Line

Techcrunch writes about a few social music sites; seeqpod, SkreemR and songza:

Unlike sites like LaLa, Imeem and Pandora (and many others), which are all trying to play by various RIAA rules to deliver music to users, music search engines generally don’t pay royalties of any kind. The music itself is never on their servers, so they have significantly less copyright exposure. More on that below.

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