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ReDigi, Inc. Awarded Significant U.S. Patent

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This article gives a lot of good, detailed information on ReDigi. It's quite useful as a starting point for the rest of the research; knowing your subject is important.

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Capitol wins in digital records lawsuit against ReDigi start-up

Capitol wins in digital records lawsuit against ReDigi start-up | redigi | Scoop.it
* U.S. judge finds ReDigi infringed Capitol Records' rights* Used music bought on Apple's iTunes was resoldBy Jonathan Stempel and Alistair BarrApril 1 (Reuters) - In a major lawsuit testing thelegitimacy
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I included this article mainly as a foil to the other article from TechDirt on the same issue: Capitol Records's victory in the ReDigi lawsuit. They don't go anywhere near as in-depth as far as actual quotes from court literature, but they do discuss the potential impact on the digital music industry. Again, a credible source, but not quite as informative or cohesive. TechDirt seems to be more in their element here than Reuters.

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ReDigi's Back With "Pre-owned" Digital Music Sales Based On Fresh Patent - hypebot

ReDigi's Back With "Pre-owned" Digital Music Sales Based On Fresh Patent - hypebot | redigi | Scoop.it
ReDigi made a splash back in 2011 when it launched a marketplace for resale of digital files. A big product was music and, not surprisingly, they were the focus of legal efforts that eventually went against them and forced them to retreat last spring. Now they're back with a new patent that they claim will allow them a legal way to move forward. ReDigi is currently up in the U.S. and offering music for resale with plans for software, ebooks and audiobooks. ReDigi has been at the center of attempts to create a digital resale market that would allow consumers...
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Relatively short article on ReDigi's new patent; they are currently up and running with a new patent and plan to expand into ebooks and software

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ReDigi Loses: You Can't Resell Your MP3s (Unless You Sell Your Whole Hard Drive) | Techdirt

ReDigi Loses: You Can't Resell Your MP3s (Unless You Sell Your Whole Hard Drive) | Techdirt | redigi | Scoop.it
This is hardly a surprise at all. In fact, we expected this kind of ruling all along. ReDigi, the company that was trying to build a "market" around "used MP3s" has lost at the district court. As you may recall, ReDigi tried to...
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Tons of technical information on the court ruling about ReDigi's case. Seems to be a highly credible source. They delve quite deeply into the actual quotations from the court and explains why they came to the conclusion they did and what that could mean for the future of the industry, especially in this case.

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ReDigi chief to address Congressional committee on First Sale Doctrine | Complete Music Update

ReDigi chief to address Congressional committee on First Sale Doctrine | Complete Music Update | redigi | Scoop.it
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This article outlines the ideas that ReDigi's founder, John Ossenmacher, presented to a congressional committee on how he plans to move forward with ReDigi and how Congress should later their stance on intellectual and digital property. Also supplied is a link to the full transcript of the chief's testimony.

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