Apple, Amazon, Google, Pandora Sued For Alleged Pirate Sales

May 22, 2019

Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Pandora are all named in a lawsuit filed by the estate of Harold Arlen—the composer of “Over the Rainbow” and numerous classic songs—for selling “unauthorized recordings” of some of his most famous works. According to Forbes, the lawsuit says the companies are involved in a “massive music piracy operation” involving 6,000 pirated recordings.

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