Grooveshark, the Florida-based illegal music streaming site, was officially shuttered in April following a lengthy litigation process resulting¬†in a¬†federal court ruling against them for massive, willful copyright infringement. As part of their settlement with the major labels, Grooveshark agreed to cease operations, wipe clean all of the record companies’ copyrighted works, and hand over ownership of the domain, mobile app and intellectual property, including all patents and copyrights. It was a terminal blow for, but since that site came down a number of clones have popped up across the web

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