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And lastly , a long Billboard analysis/article

http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6259277/siriusxm-copyright-battle-ruling



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From the article:

"But overall, this is a whopping ruling with consequences almost impossible to overstate. In the short term, the ruling will likely be appealed as the plaintiffs eye a trial that will determine the awarding of damages. In the long term, it could compel SiriusXM, Pandora and many in the tech industry to strongly lobby Congress for new copyright laws that cover pre-1972 recordings. The ruling also will - or should - be read closely by other businesses including terrestrial radio operators and bars that publicly perform older music.

SiriusXM is facing another lawsuit from the RIAA in California as well as more lawsuits from Flo & Eddie in other states. Pandora is also facing a lawsuit by record labels in New York. And the ruling potentially opens the floodgates to more litigation on the issue of pre-1972 music."


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http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/siriusxm-suffers-crushing-loss-high-734981