CNet: Lime Wire’s day of reckoning is here

by Greg Sandoval In a New York federal court this week, the four largest record companies will try to prove that it was Gorton’s own greed that drove him to continue operating Lime Wire, the company behind the highly popular file-sharing service LimeWire, though they warned him years ago to stop and fellow peer-to-peer operators […]


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, May 3, 2011 .

Midem Blog: Spotify, Grooveshark and LimeWire Walk into a Bar

by Ted Cohen It’s two weeks before the end of 2010 and three of the major digital music services continue to find themselves in varying degrees of chaos. I would have hoped by now that the smoke would have cleared for two of them, but I have little sympathy for the third. Spotify’s co-founders, Daniel […]


Posted by Ted • Friday, December 17, 2010 .

DMN: LimeWire Demanding the Takedown of… Pirated LimeWires

After a group of underground programmers created the ‘LimeWire Pirate Edition’ and plopped it onto places like the Pirate Bay, LimeWire itself is demanding its takedown.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, November 9, 2010 .

DMN: Cohen Lobbies Labels on LimeWire Licensing Scheme

LimeWire has retained an uncanny dominance among file-sharing applications, though the company is widely expected to face the RIAA guillotine.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, January 2, 2007 .