Paul Resnikoff, the publisher and founder of Digital Music News raises some very interesting questions in this article he wrote titled, Round Two: EFF Joins the Grooveshark Fight… Below is a little excerpt. Read the complete article here.
“And if the RIAA’s complaint was not one under the DMCA, we – and others – are left to wonder: Did Google take down the Grooveshark app because it will compete with Google’s rumored soon-to-be-released cloud music service? Did Google’s takedown intentionally coincide with its appearance before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on IP in an effort to make itself more sympathetic to Congress? Is Google simply letting itself be controlled by the whims of the RIAA and the larger content industry as a whole?”
What do you think?