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Submission + - New YouTube Streaming Services Uses the Same Strong-Arm Tactics as Amazon

An anonymous reader writes: There are reports that soon to launch YouTube's new music streaming service is using the same strong-arm tactics Amazon is using to force musicians to sign up. It has also been said that some musicians will see their videos blocked on YouTube after failing to agree with Google over joining the new service. On June 4, indie label music body WIN held a news conference in London to complain that Google was "threatening" and "bullying" music labels into signing up for the service. Do no evil, indeed.
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New YouTube Streaming Services Uses the Same Strong-Arm Tactics as Amazon

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