Imposters are making as much as $10K in royalties at a time by uploading copyright-infringing content to streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music (Noah Yoo/Pitchfork)

Noah Yoo / Pitchfork:
Imposters are making as much as $10K in royalties at a time by uploading copyright-infringing content to streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music  —  When songs leak on Spotify and Apple Music, illegal uploads can generate substantial royalty payments—but for whom?

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