Court rules ReDigi MP3 resales illegal | Intellectual property - InfoWorld
aspiring purveyors of secondhand digital goods are likely scrutinizing a federal judge's ruling that ReDigi's online marketplace for reselling legally purchased, "pre-owned" MP3s violates Capitol Records' copyrights.

U.S. District Judge Richard Sullivan ultimately decided that ReDigi's platform violates the Copyright Act of 1976, because in transferring a file from one system to another, that file is technically being duplicated -- even if at the end of the process, only one version of the file exists.



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