Grooveshark music app after the major music labels charged the service of violating copyright law. The removal of the app occurred just one day before a hearing before the members of the House Judiciary Committee, where Google’s general counsel Kent Walker is scheduled to testify. Google seems to be doing what it can to dodge accusations of profiting from piracy by allowing alleged pirate sites to post Google ads. Google denies this, and will defend its position at today’s hearing.
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Kristen Nicole spends most of her time (literally) writing for various online publications in the social media space.