Sony Music Sues Triller, Alleging Copyright Infringement and Breach of Contract

Sony Music Leisure filed a lawsuit in opposition to Triller, in search of thousands and thousands of {dollars} in damages after the video-sharing app allegedly stopped paying licensing charges in March 2022. Based on the go well with, filed Monday in New York federal court docket, Triller continued to permit Sony Music songs to be shared on the app even after the music firm terminated their deal.

“Regardless of extolling the significance and worth of ‘revolutionary expertise and mental property,’ and claiming to hope that its efforts to curb copyright infringement ‘will set a precedent for us and all

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