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Spotify Sued for $150 Million Over Alleged Unpaid Royalties

Cracker's David Lowery leads class-action lawsuit.

Musician David Lowery has filed a class action lawsuit against Spotify, claiming the streaming service knowingly distributes copyrighted content, Billboard reports. Lowery is seeking at least $150 million in damages for the illegal distribution of several of his songs.

Lowery’s complaint alleges Spotify causes “substantial harm and injury to the copyright holders” by intentionally failing to obtain the proper licenses for the reproduction and distribution of copyrighted compositions, Billboard reports.

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