Twitter Facing $250 Million Lawsuit by Music Publishers Over Copyright Infringement

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, the National Music Publishers Association filed a federal lawsuit on the behalf of 17 music publishers, including the three majors, Warner, Universal, and Sony. Official documents accuse the company of copyright infringement due to the app's lack of licensing and paying for music featured on its platform.

The NMPA is suing Twitter for up to $250 million over "roughly 1,700 works for which it received hundreds of thousands of takedown notices," THRwrites. 

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