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The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) sent an interest letter yesterday (Feb. 4) to the lawyer addressing HitPiece.The RIAA requests the site quit encroaching on performers’ protected innovation privileges.

The site

which is presently disconnected, has been selling music-related NFTs. Since its creation, a few specialists have made some noise about their work being utilized without their consent. The RIAA is requesting the site to give a rundown of all NFTs and craftsmanship that has been unloaded, as well as a rundown of site exercises.

The interest letter was composed by RIAA Senior Vice President Jared Freedman. It clarifies, “

Your clients’ tasks have been differently depicted as of late as a ‘trick,’ a ‘complete hoax,’ ‘improper,’ ‘exploitative,’ and a ‘fake.’ All of these reactions are obviously precise. Despite the fact that apparently your clients presently battle that they didn’t really incorporate any sound accounts with their NFTs (which, if valid, probable adds up to one more type of extortion), it is evident that, to advance and sell their NFTs, your clients utilized the names and pictures of the Record Companies’ recording specialists, alongside protected collection craftsmanship and other safeguarded pictures, the freedoms to which have a place with the Record Companies and their specialists. Your clients’ inside and out robbery of these important protected innovation freedoms is however preposterous as it very well might be shameless.”

RIAA’s Chief Legal Officer Ken Doroshow referred to the site as “minimal in excess of a trick activity.”

  • He blamed the site for underwriting off of fan’s adoration for music and their longing to interface all the more intimately with craftsmen to neglect to get fundamental privileges.

“Fans were persuaded to think they were buying a NFT truly connected with a craftsman and their work when that was not in any manner the case,” he says. “While the administrators seem to have taken the fundamental HitPiece site disconnected for the time being, this move was important to guarantee a fair representing the mischief HitPiece and its administrators have effectively done and to guarantee that this site or copycats don’t just resume their tricks under another name.”

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