Grooveshark has ceased operations to avoid paying up to $736m in damages to music labels for copyright violations, posting an apology on its site for 'failing to secure licenses from rights holders'.
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A court in Denmark has ruled that the music site Grooveshark is to be blocked by internet providers due to its questionable previous history and approach to copyright.
Grooveshark has been served another lawsuit, to continue its ongoing copyright issues. The lawsuit was issued on July 15th in the state of Tennessee. As CNET reports, the lawsuit comes with the backing of song...