“Legal” MP3 Site Shuttered by FTC

“A U.S. court has ordered a Web site that bills itself as ‘Napster’s Number One Replacement Software’ to stop promising customers that they won’t face copyright lawsuits when they download songs for free, the Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday.

“A U.S. court in California ordered to temporarily remove its claims as it considers the FTC’s request for a permanent ban.”

Reuters. Music Web Site Ordered to Change Tune. Oct. 19, 2005.

See also:

Federal Trade Commission. FTC Clamps Down on File-sharing Service Site. (Press release) Oct. 19, 2005.

United States District Court, Central District of California. Federal Trade Commission vs. Cashier Myricks Jr. d/b/a MP3DOWNLOADCITY.COM.


Eric J. Sinrod. Perspective: Nothing But the Online Truth–Or Else. Oct. 26, 2005.

CopyCense™: K. Matthew Dames on the intersection of business, law and technology. A business venture of Seso Digital LLC.

Written by sesomedia

10/27/2005 at 08:15

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