“Collecting $20M in Royalties from YouTube, Using Forged Letters to Falsely Claim They Represented Artists”

MarketWatch (Lukas I. Alpert) reports, based on this indictment (U.S. v. Fernandez). “Prosecutors say [two]Men claimed the rights to Spanish-language songs in 50,000 different languages. They used their royalties money to purchase mansions and fancy cars, as well as jewelry. There are many shades of Shenanigans (Internet Takedown Edition).Although they are all different (and have different financial returns), All systems become parasites.