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EU officials could send Apple statement of objections based on Spotify complaint, as UK regulator launches investigation into tech giant's App Store rules
Lenny Williams has another go at making his Warner Music royalty dispute a class action
UK music industry welcomes extended COVID support schemes, but continues to call for government-backed insurance
Viagogo allowed to hold off paying AUS$7 million fine pending appeal of Australian court ruling
UK music industry welcomes further financial support for the COVID-hit creative industries, but says individual creators need to benefit
America's Re:Create Coalition calls for safe harbour reform that affects copyright owners not platforms
Live music industry calls for support in new UK budget, including previously rejected and
6ix9ine accused of injuring woman with thrown champagne bottle
Dissecting The Streaming Inquiry Extra Edition: More from the majors
UK record industry secures web-blocking injunctions against stream-ripping sites
Court dimisses Wixen's Triller lawsuit - but on legal technicalities
Iron Maiden accused of
MU and Ivors say streaming service comments to select committee support redefinition of streams
Spotify, Apple and Amazon face MPs in Parliament's ongoing inquiry into streaming
Taylor Swift countersues theme park that accused her of trademark infringement
Chance The Rapper hits back at ex-manager's lawsuit, accuses Patrick Corcoran of
YouTube says rights management firm that sued over Content ID access doesn't really exist
Disappointment at lack of clarity in Scotland's plan for lifting lockdown
Music industry cautiously welcomes plan for lifting England's COVID lockdown, but says more financial support required
TuneIn's music licensing battle with the record industry reaches the court of appeal
Austrian court rules that Viagogo's terms are unlawful
New Zealand officials have spent 40,500 hours trying to extradite MegaUpload's Kim Dotcom
Soundgarden sued over valuation of Chris Cornell's share in the band
Prime Minister urged to include live music and nightlife in 'roadmap' for lifting lockdown
One Liners: Economics Of Streaming, Vevo, Max Richter, more
Pharrell Williams did not perjure himself during Blurred Lines song-theft battle, judge rules
Night-time sector welcomes PM's rapid testing comments but calls for rapid implementation too
MIC Coalition urges Joe Biden to reject yet another review of the BMI/ASCAP consent decrees
Sean 'Diddy' Combs sues owner of his clothing brand (twice)

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