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Shark Hater

What goes around, comes around. They did everything they could to avoid paying digital royalties to the artists, and now they're crying "I am like literally broke." Pure karma.


This situation with Grooveshark seems like it is never going to end. I'm glad the ruling in New York went against Grooveshark.

I am not at all sorry for Grooveshark CEO Sam Tarantino. Try earning money the old fashion way and earn it!


Shark Hater you are obviously clueless on the actual legalities of the DMCA and the implications of the courts ruling.
I would really recommend you stop HATING and get a proper education.


Recordings can no longer be owned. It was a bad idea in the first place but technology supported it for a while. No more. Look at recordings as a way to promote live performances. Period.

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