Capitol Records revives Vimeo copyright infringement case

RHIAN JONES

Major labels are asking a federal judge to make a final decision against Vimeo, after the video-sharing site was accused of copyright infringement.

The group, led by Capitol Records, has reportedly just filed paperwork demanding a summary judgment against Vimeo on the grounds that it's a company that knew, encouraged, and facilitated widespread infringement of musical copyright on a recurring basis.  

Capitol’s complaint dates back to 2009, but was delayed pending guidance from the legal battle between Viacom and ...

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