New Myspace Already Having Legal Problems
Less than a week after going public, Myspace -- a website launched to help Justin Timberlake sell an album -- is already facing its first copyright issues. While the relaunch is focused largely on music, with licensing deals for over 50 million songs, it hasn't stopped them from allegedly using music from smaller labels without permission. The Merlin Network claims Myspace features content from its clients without permission.Read on...
Time To Update That Bathroom Mirror Self Portrait: Rebooted MySpace Is Open To The PublicHey, everyone, remember MySpace? No? That's OK, neither do we really. Kidding, kidding -- it was like a bus service or something, right? You know what? It doesn't matter, because everything you thought you knew about MySpace is about to change. The long-lost social networking platform released its redesigned site into the wild this week, buoyed (we guess?) by the new single from former teen heartthrob and current MySpace stockholder Justin Timberlake, seen above doing the best Morrissey impression he can muster. Because if there is one thing that is going to get us to offer up all of our personal data again to a social network we haven't thought about in years, it is a Justin Timberlake single.Read on...