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Google won’t face Genius lawsuit over claims of copying song lyrics


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  • A federal judge has dismissed Genius’ lawsuit over claims Google was scraping song lyrics.
  • Genius was supposedly just trying to enforce someone else’s copyright law, not its own claims.
  • The court also tossed out allegations of unfair competition.

Genius has lost its bid to sue Google for allegedly scraping song lyrics.

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that New York federal judge Margo Brodie dismissed Genius’ claims against Google in a ruling on August 10. Brodie determined that Genius was overstepping its limits by launching copyright claims it didn’t have the authority to make.

Genius’ breach of contract claims were just attempts to “enforce the copyright holders’ exclusive rights” against unauthorized copying, the judge said. It only controlled “derivative works,” and the copyrights in this case ultimately belonged to the musicians. Precedent required that Genius show there was an “extra element” (such as contractual requirements) for a state claim to survive, and Genius reportedly couldn’t show this.

Brodie also tossed out Genius’ unfair competition claim, noting that the lyrics provider hadn’t accused Google of violating any duty or “confidential relationship.”

The judge also rejected Genius’ move to have the case returned to a state court, effectively shutting down the lawsuit.

Read more: Google finally shows song lyrics in search results

It’s not certain what Genius will do next. Android Authority has asked Genius and Google for comment.

Genius claimed to have “irrefutable” evidence of Google scraping lyrics for its own purposes, pointing to a special pattern of apostrophes used to catch thieves. There were over 100 examples, Genius said. Google denied the accusations, noting that it got lyrics from partners. If there was any copying going on, Google argued, those third parties were to blame.

The decision ends uncertainty over Google’s lyrics, at least for now. You can search for the verses from a favorite song and still expect to find them as you have before. Not that Google can rest at the moment. It’s still facing close scrutiny from Congress and other government bodies, including claims it tried to sink Yelp by stealing content. This is one victory in a war it’s not guaranteed to win.


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Save over 50% on the gigantic 40,000mAh Swisstek Power Bank


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Over 100,000 Galaxy S7 phones sold in Korea in the first two days


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Samsung managed to sell more than 100,000 Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones in South Korea during their first two days on the market, according to the first industry data about the two new phones.

A closer look at the figures reveals that the regular Galaxy S7 appears to be the more popular of the two phones in the series, accounting for approximately 60 percent of sales during the two day period. Combined sales of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge reached around 60,000 units on Friday and 40,000 on Saturday. Samsung was also keen to point out that it considers Saturday a “slow day” for handset sales and so is happy with the initial performance.

While the figure may seem small in the grand scheme of Samsung’s yearly sales figures, these opening sales numbers suggest that the Galaxy S7 range is at least as popular as last year’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Given Samsung’s declining flagship mobile sales over the past couple of years, a plateau in sales performance is perhaps no bad thing.

However, those hoping that the Galaxy S7 series would substantially lift Samsung’s sales may feel underwhelmed that these new phones haven’t generated a notable boost to consumer interest. Especially as the handsets offer improved camera components, water-resistance, and reintroduced the microSD card.

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Of course, Samsung’s global smartphone sales may look quite different to those of its home nation. We should probably wait for a quarterly report or two before drawing too many conclusions about the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge’s impact on Samsung’s mobile business.

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Google posts Q1 2015 earnings, revenue up 12% year over year


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Just yesterday, Google posted its financial reports for Q1 2015. While overall revenue and net income increased year over year, those numbers would have been much higher had the company’s Nexus program not seen a decline. But before we get into the bad news, let’s talk about the profits Google earned from January through March of this year.

Google earned $ 17.3 billion this quarter, up 12% from what the company earned Q1 of last year. Net income for Q1 has also risen to $ 3.58 billion, up from $ 3.45 billion the year prior. Sites owned by Google generated $ 11.9 billion, an increase of 14% year over year, making up roughly 68% of the company’s overall revenue.

The always vague ‘other revenues’ portion totaled $ 1.7 billion in Q1, up 23% year over year, making up roughly 9.8% of its overall earnings. This section includes highly-profitable products on the consumer end, like Google Play and the Nexus program. Oddly enough, the company’s ‘other revenues’ section is down 3% compared to Q4 of 2014, and we have a pretty good idea as to why. As Google CFO Patrick Pichette explained in the Q1 2015 earnings call yesterday, the ‘other revenues’ section declined due to the Nexus program. Pichette explains:

Other revenues grew 23 percent year over year to $ 1.8 billion, and was down 2 percent quarter over quarter, driven really by year over year growth in the Play Store, offset by decline in Nexus. Year over year it hasn’t been as strong given the strength of the Nexus 7 last year.

As you probably recall, Google released the Nexus 6 ($ 649) and Nexus 9 ($ 399) at higher price points than it did with the Nexus 5 ($ 349) back in 2013. Taking into account that the Nexus 6 launched at a higher price point and is definitely a device meant for a niche market, we’re not surprised that the Nexus program has been losing its steam over the past few months.

Read more: Google reveals Nexus program has “seen a decline” – post by Andrew Grush

Moving right along, Google’s operating costs totaled a massive $ 6.45 billion, up $ 5.34 billion year over year. It should be noted that Google hired just about 9,000 new employees this quarter alone, which contributes a lot to that total.

If you’re interested, feel free to check out Google’s full financial report at the source link below.

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