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Google, Amazon Leverage Copyright Loophole To Use Songs, Not Pay Songwriters [Chris Castle]

To avoid properly compensating songwriters, big data purveyors Amazon and Google are claiming they are unable to find contact information for the deserving songwriters, instead opting to file copyright notices in what appears to be a music land grab, says Chris Castle. _____________________________ Guest post by Chris Castle of Music...
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