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copyright violation found in Deezer

  • 28 September 2020
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The song enjoy from Dj Skyland is the exact same song as Jump from Tomsize&simeon.

So that means Dj skyland is using their song because Jump from tomsize&simeon is the original, so that's a copyright violation right?

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Best answer by Rudi 29 September 2020, 14:38

Hey @DutchNL 

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Just for you to know, we're making changes in the backstage of our app to make it really hard for infringements like this.

In any case, could you please post us the links here so that we're sure to tackle the right tracks? :thumbsup_tone2:

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Hey @DutchNL 

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Just for you to know, we're making changes in the backstage of our app to make it really hard for infringements like this.

In any case, could you please post us the links here so that we're sure to tackle the right tracks? :thumbsup_tone2:

Hi all, I didn’t know where else to post this but I am pretty sure this artist is making multiple copyright violations - https://www.deezer.com/en/artist/9734516

 

For instance, they have ‘Hooked On a Feeling’ as one of their tracks but this sounds almost exactly like the original by Blue Swede; they’ve put themselves as the artist, though.

 

Is there any way for someone at Deezer to look into this person’s discography to see if this is the case? Perhaps they've got some sort of license in place... but it'd be good for someone to check out.

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Thank you very much @zuma90tw 

I've passed this info to our catalogue teams so they can look into it! :relaxed:

This song https://deezer.page.link/b88kv8Hc4fFoJK3U6 is a copy of this one https://deezer.page.link/nQVJk33F3snhqx5r5 and I think it should be removed.

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