Mom Sues Label

(CMJ) The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)—a San Francisco-based nonprofit group that advocates and lobbies for consumer's digital rights—has filed a suit against the Universal Music Publishing Group, alleging that a forced takedown of a mother's YouTube video was unlawful.

Back in February, Stephanie Lenz posted a 29-second-long clip of her toddler dancing along to Prince's "Let's Go Crazy" to share with her family and friends. The video remained on the site until a month ago, when YouTube took it down after UMPG claimed that it violated Federal Copyright Law. - more on this story

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