Records Labels Lose Big as Court Declares File-Sharing Tools Legal

An epic battle between the world's largest record companies and the creator of software known as the "Spanish Napster" has concluded with defeat for the labels. Veteran developer Pablo Soto informs TorrentFreak that the decision clears the way for even more development, starting today with a brand new, BitTorrent-powered release of his software.

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Settler2477d ago

After reading this article seem like tides are turning in favor of file sharers :P

TechImperia2477d ago

this is a good news i think

ArmrdChaos2477d ago

The writing has been on the wall for a while now. Artists are becoming more self-sufficient when it comes to publishing their own material. Thanks to the internet and better tools artists can get their music to us at a fraction of the cost of what the record companies would charge. The only losers are the parasites...record labels and their law dogs (RIAA).

ajax172476d ago

Well Said Bubble+
That's exactly what I was thinking.

kingPoS2476d ago

So this is what happens when aspiring artists say no thank you to greedy labels and middle men. Word of mouth influential it is.

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