<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>it appears the track wasn't copyrighted until October 27, 2003<p><hr></blockquote><p>The song was copyrighted on it's completion. That it wasn't registered as copyright until 27 Oct has no bearing on the copyright holder's prior claim. It does have an effect on the nature of the damages that may be claimed in litigation though. I would speculate that it's the reason the suit hasn't surfaced until now.<br><br>Just a musing here folks...<br>Is it OK for Apple to flout the copyright conventions simply because it's Apple we're talking about?<br><br>If not, what excuses their conduct?<br><br>As always...<br><br>Moo?
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