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Genius sues Google for $50 million over 'stolen' song lyrics

engadget Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
Genius sues Google for $50 million over 'stolen' song lyricsEarlier this year Genius announced it suspected Google of copying its lyrics data -- now it's thrown its weight behind a lawsuit accusing the company of exactly that. According to Genius, lyric licensing company LyricFind pulled lyrics directly from...
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News video: Google Facing $50 Million Lawsuit From Genius Because of Alleged Stolen Song Lyrics

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Google is facing a $50 million lawsuit from Genius because stolen song lyrics. Veuer’s Natasha Abellard has the story.

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