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Mixtape site Spinrilla and its founder are being sued by the major record companies for alleged copyright infringement of their works.


  • The labels filed a lawsuit in an Atlanta district court claiming that Spinrilla has profited from widespread copyright infringement for at least three years.
  • The site and accompanying mobile apps allows users to freely stream and download content as well as make playlists and share music.

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  • Details the legal action taken by the record companies against Spinrilla.
  • Explains what infringements the site is accused of, along with the potential size of the damages bill should the labels' claim be successful.

Key questions answered

  • What have the major labels accused Spinrilla of doing?
  • How big a copyright claim have the labels made against Spinrilla?

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  • Summary
  • Major labels down on the mixtape
  • Labels’ action not targeted at Spinrilla mixtapes
  • Spinrilla by the numbers


  • Author

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