Streaming music service Grooveshark, which has been in court with labels and other rights holders since launching, is trying to dismiss this week's legal defeat old news. "This latest news dealt specifically with an early version of Grooveshark which we dispensed of in 2008 in favor of our current music streaming service," claims Grooveshark. "As such, we will continue to work with all parties to ensure we respect all artist and songwriter copyrights." It's unclear if the major labels agree. "Grooveshark’s service has already provided millions of dollars in revenue to artists and labels all over the world, and we...

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