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The American record industry goes to court in New York, seeking damages from the Russian website. Will the Russians turn up? We think not.
A week after AllOfMP3 was the target of a $1.65 trillion lawsuit, the company's parent retorts.
We thought it finally bit the bullet - but according to its lawyers, AllofMP3 is alive and well. And it's doing nothing illegal, either.
The UK's version of the RIAA is going after All Of MP3, seeking a court declaration that the site is illegal. Enforcing such a judgment would be harder.
The website which has antagonised the music industry for so long appears at the brink of closure, as American negotiators get dirty.
The popular MP3 download site protests its innocence in the face of another Russian police investigation.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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