Music Site Settles Beatles Suit for $1 Million
But that's not even the strange part. That comes into play with BlueBeat's own copyright system. In its defense, BlueBeat's lawyers argued that the site founder had created a method of "psycho-acoustic simulation" which makes the songs it hosts unique recordings under BlueBeat's copyright. And, indeed, BlueBeat still claims on its site: " The judge didn't buy it, and this settlement is just the tip of the iceberg. Another trial begins today to figure out how much BlueBeat owes EMI Group PLC, Capitol Records and Virgin Records America.