Victory for Pink Floyd

The 1960s rock band Pink Floyd has successfully regained control of the sale of its music online after the Court of Appeal dismissed EMI Records’ appeal against a High Court decision in the band’s favour. The Court decided that EMI should account for income received by internet service providers, such as iTunes and that a clause in an agreement and licence made in 1999 (prohibiting sales of the albums in question as individual tracks) also applied to online distribution.

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