Digital Music Distributor Calls Last.fm to Order

Digital Music Distributor Calls Last.fm to Order
Innovation
Matthias Weber
  • 8 september 2008

Hamburg-based finetunes, one of the leading independent European distributors for digital music and audio content, have just called Last.fm to order. The obvious reason given is copyright infringement. Although we are generally big fans of the idea behind streaming radio services such as Last.fm, it seems a resolution to these ongoing issues between music makers and providers has yet to be reached.

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