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YouTube-to-MP3 Converter Site Sued by Major Record Labels

A group of major record labels—including Universal, Sony, Capitol and Warner Brothers—is suing, which rips audio from YouTube videos, for every single instance of piracy the site allegedly facilitated. Read more...
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