NEW YORK - The major labels want that Facebook removes content that violates copyright. This writes the Financial Times Wednesday.
It involves, for example covers and other forms of content that are posted by fans of musicians on Facebook may actually not and the record labels want the social media kind of movies takes away. The company would develop a system that automatically detects the videos, similar to Youtube demanier which detects such movies.
Facebook now removes all loose films as the company that receives a request. According to the record labels is not, however, this sufficient.
The record labels want to be paid for movies in which their music is used. There is consensus between the parties in conversation, an agreement is expected next spring.