Music bodies confirm YouTube-MP3 stream-ripping shutdown
Posted on: 8 septembre 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

Reports on a court filing meant that the news of a settlement between labels and stream-ripping site YouTube-MP3 broke before the relevant industry bodies could announce it.
But announce it they did, yesterday, with the IFPI, RIAA and BPI trumpeting the shutdown of a site which at its peak had 60 million monthly visitors turning YouTube streams into free downloads.
“This is a significant win for millions of music fans, as well as music creators and legitimate music services,” said RIAA boss Cary Sherman. “The swift and successful conclusion of this case should send an unmistakable signal to the operators of similar sites.”
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