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Default Spotify denies allegations it uses 'fake' artists to cut royalty costs

Last August, Music Business Worldwide reported that Spotify placed its own music tracks into curated playlists as a way to avoid paying royalty fees on tracks the streaming company does not own. The site's sources claimed that the tracks — typi...

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