Revived ‘Grooveshark’ domain seized, new lawsuit filed

Grooveshark is dead. Grooveshark is alive again. Those are stories you might be hearing for a while. If you haven’t been keeping up, the original Grooveshark closed down after heavy pressure from the record labels that owned the music it was sharing without a license. Grooveshark apologized, and was ordered to pay a fine of $50 million. Then just a week after that, the service was revived unofficially. A small team took to keeping the Grooveshark name alive, after having allegedly backed up 90 percent of the content on the site. It didn’t take long for the labels to fight…

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