The National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) is suing Roblox that allows users to upload songs from Ariana Grande, Imagine Dragons, deadmau5 and other artists without paying licensing fees. $200 million lawsuit and court order that would cause Roblox to crack down on copyright infringement
The NMPA filed a lawsuit yesterday on เกมสล็อตออนไลน์ behalf of several major music publishers. It accuses Roblox, a very popular and child-focused platform for games and social experiences, of hosting a shared library of copyrighted music. but no license The complaint alleges that Roblox "striving for an impressive user base and demand for popular music, teaching kids that pirated music is perfectly acceptable."
“‘Roblox’ allows massive infringing content.”
Roblox offers a library of audio files, 3D models, and other assets. for creating experiences Users upload these files themselves, but NMPA claims that Roblox "actively supports" adding popular songs. It also noted that users pay for uploading audio files with in-game currency. “Roblox allows massive levels of infringing content through its gates on purpose for profit,” it said.
Roblox responds to complaints on its website. “We are surprised and disappointed by this lawsuit, which represents a fundamental misunderstanding of how the Roblox platform works, and will vigorously defend Roblox as we work to achieve fair resolution,” the statement said. It states that Roblox has partnered with record labels for licensed events such as last year's Lil Nas X concert. And the company signed a license agreement with APM Music in 2018. “We don't tolerate copyright infringement. Which is why we use industry leaders. Advanced filtering technology to detect and prohibit