LimeWire sets up to put up the shutters forever!

Posted by Admin | Friday, December 17, 2010 | | 0 comments »

LimeWire has been entertaining though it lastested, however seven months following the online content sharing role was crushed in federal court, its corporation is getting ready to close the shutters.

In October, LimeWire ended the delivery of its software and closed its servers with the purpose of obeying a court decision arising from its court case with the RIAA.

In June, the RIAA told it would ask for $1 billion in constitutional destructions for the exclusive rights violation invited by the service.

In the present day, LimeWire replied to Kafka, verifying its declaration that it is really shutting its doors down.

Check out the announcement: “Given our current situation, plans to bring our separate, legal music service to market have been canceled. The beginning of 2011 will mark the closing of LimeWire’s New York office and cessation of business by LimeWire. We attracted some of the top talent from the technology community over the years to build our new music service. We’ll be helping our team members commence their job search over the next few months.”

This possibly is the concluding chapter in the LimeWire story; on the contrary the dispute on file sharing online is a long way from over.

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