On the heels of Captain Copyright, ASCAP gives educators Donny the Downloader.
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In a noteworthy case pitting ASCAP (a leading U.S. copyright collective) against the online music services, a U.S. court has ruled against ASCAP in determining that there is no performance in a music download. Interestingly, SOCAN filed a brief in the case in support of ASCAP.
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