The founder of digital music storage platform MP3Tunes has been ordered to pay $41 million by a jury in the US after being found liable for copyright infringement earlier this month.
Michael Robertson was found to have infringed works by plaintiffs Capitol Records, EMI and others. The case dates back to 2007.
The jury ultimately decided upon a ruling that MP3tunes was 'willfully blind' to copyright infringement.
According to Reuters, a complex and lengthy verdict issued by a ...
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