Court Rules Against ReDigi’s ‘Resale’ Model

A federal court ruled this past weekend that ReDigi was engaging in copyright infringement by selling “used” iTunes tracks, saying the “music locker” could
A federal court ruled this past weekend that ReDigi was engaging in copyright infringement by selling "used" iTunes tracks, saying the "music locker" could not use the first sale defense to justify selling consumers' iTunes downloads. ReDigi facilitates sales of iTunes music by copying customers' tracks into a cloud-based "locker." When someone purchases a track, the song is transferred to the new owner's locker and wiped from the customer's locker and computer. ReDigi takes a 60%…...

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