Artists And Managers Consider Suing Major Labels for Those Napster Millions

When the RIAA sues a student for sharing files or a company for infringing its copyrights, they're fond of trotting out the artists they represent, claiming that infringement steals from them.

As it turns out, artists may not be receiving their fair share of the hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements that EMI, Universal, and Warner won from Napster ($270 million), Bolt, Kazaa, and other companies (Sony/BMG's parent company invested in Napster).

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