Five Grooveshark employees agree individual settlements in major label lawsuit

Brandon Bakshi

In an ongoing lawsuit with a number of major record labels, four of Grooveshark's former employees, plus another still at the company, have agreed to a "consent judgment" banning them from infringing major label copyrights and working for similar companies that 'systematically infringe upon' label copyrights in the future.

An extract from the agreement, obtained by TorrentFreak reads: “The Defendant and all those acting in concert with the Defendant shall be immediately and permanently enjoined from infringing in ...

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