MP3s for pennies? Russian cops say no | CNET

MP3s for pennies? Russian cops say no | CNET

In the “Oops, blogged too soon department …” In my daily dump below, I promised to dig a little deeper into’s copyright status. Looks like the Russian music seller is in the deep doo-doo with the IP cops. From CNET:

“A Russian digital-music site offering high-quality song downloads for just pennies apiece is the target of a criminal copyright investigation by the local police, recording industry groups said Tuesday.

“ has been operating for several years, asking consumers to pay just 2 cents per megabyte of downloads–usually between 4 cents and 10 cents per song. Alongside the catalogue available at traditional stores like Apple Computer’s iTunes, the site offered access to songs from the Beatles and other groups that haven’t yet authorized digital distribution.”

Author: David Churbuck

Cape Codder with an itch to write

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