"RIAA Sues Suno & Udio AI Music Generators For ‘Trampling’ on Copyright"

Major recording labels of the RIAA have filed a pair of broadly similar copyright lawsuits against two key generative AI music services. The owners of Udio and Suno stand accused of copying the labels’ music on a massive scale and the labels suggest that they’re already on the back foot. In pre-litigation correspondence, both were ‘evasive’ on content sources before citing fair use, which the RIAA notes only arises as a defense in cases of unauthorized use of copyright works.


See also: "World’s Biggest Music Labels Sue Over AI Copyright."

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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.