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TUNEIN LOSES LAWSUIT
11/1/19

Sony and Warner have emerged victorious in a copyright infringement lawsuit against streaming radio service TuneIn in the U.K. for hosting stations playing unlicensed music.

TuneIn, which offers a free internet radio service, was sued back in 2017 for allowing subscribers in the U.K. to listen to music played by stations outside of the country without a license to do so, according to a report in Bloomberg. After the judgment today in London, Sony has said that the decision proves that TuneIn is “unlawfully redistributing and commercializing links to unlicensed music on a widespread scale.”

Judge Colin Birss also questioned a now-disabled function on TuneIn’s Pro app that allowed users to create a library of music using a download on demand service.

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