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LimeWire

A popular peer-to-peer file sharing program for Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris from Lime Wire LLC, New York (www.limewire.com). Written in Java and released at the end of 2001, LimeWire is a client program for the Gnutella network. See Gnutella.
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Lime Wire settles with music labels for $105 million
NEW YORK: Warner Music Group and Sony, along with other music labels, agreed during a trial to settle their copyright lawsuit against Lime Wire and its founder, Mark Gorton, for $105 million.
ANDREW JOHNSON'S Catching Sparks is now available to download globally on iTunes, Amazon, Lime Wire and all over the place.
Many lawmakers have specifically criticized the Lime Group, distributor of the P2P software Lime Wire.
Lime Labs forms part of the group of companies under the umbrella organization of The Lime Group that runs several finance and software companies, including Tower Research Capital, Lime Brokerage LLC, Lime Wire LLC, Lime Medical LLC, and The Open Planning Project.
Gorton, head of Lime Group and Lime Wire LLC, the companies behind the LimeWire site.
India, May 13 -- Lime Wire and its founder will pay four major record labels and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) $105 million to settle a copyright infringement lawsuit, according to reports on Thursday.
Saying that LimeWire s parent Lime Wire LLC intentionally caused a "massive scale of infringement" involving thousands of works, Wood issued a permanent injunction that requires the company to disable its "searching, downloading, uploading, file trading and/or file distribution functionality.
NEW YORK -- Lime Wire LLC today announced an agreement with BFM Digital (www.
LimeSpot gives indie artists everything they need to market their music online," says George Searle, CEO of Lime Wire LLC.
NEW YORK -- Peer to peer file sharing leader Lime Wire and independent label KUFALA Recordings will partner up to distribute KUFALA music via the LimeWire network and the LimeWire-owned MagnetMix site (www.
According to Lime Wire COO Greg Bildson, "Users don't want adware or spyware sneaking in with a file-sharing program," says Bildson.