Grooveshark Built Around "Asking Forgiveness" Rather Than Paying For Licenses, Emails Show

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bling581

In the business world "asking for forgiveness" usually equates to millions of dollars in settlements. I hope they have a lot of money saved up.

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Holly Golightly

Perhaps they can use Ad Revenue to pay for the songs. Listeners get free music, record labels get the money they want, GrooveShark stays in business, and everyone is all happy. How come there could never be a middle ground? Greed is in their blood apparently. This must explain all the lawsuits.

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biggiebob12345

Napster: The Sequel.  This boat is going to sink hard and fast.  "Ask forgiveness"....well forgiveness is going to involve bankruptcy from how hard the label's lawyers are going to ass-ram them.

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flash739

Makes me not have to pirate every song. ;)

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Danthrax66

Fuck the Music labels all they produce is shit anyway.

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Drewnami

Then don't listen to it.

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kevaskous

Probably doesn't.

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