Grooveshark bids to join app pack

The website, which receives1.3m visitors a month, operates as a "Youtube for music" where users can upload whatever they want with content only removed after receiving a takedown notice.

However, Grooveshark has yet to announce licensing deals with any of the four major labels, although it did sign a deal with classical label Naxos in 2007.

Furthermore, in June this year EMI launched a copyright infringement lawsuit against Grooveshark.

In a statement commenting on the case, Grooveshark stated that after ...

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