DiMA Joins Amicus Brief in Gonzalez v. Google Supreme Court Case


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DiMA Joins Amicus Brief in Gonzalez v. Google Supreme Court Case

“Association Calls for Consideration of Streaming Innovation in Supreme Court Case

Washington, D.C. (January 19, 2023) – Today, DiMA joined CCIA, NetChoice, ITI, IAB, and TechNet in filing an amicus brief in the Gonzalez v. Google case before the Supreme Court. DiMA’s President and CEO Garrett Levin offered comment on DiMA’s position:

“Music streaming services offer access to the world’s music with unrivaled opportunities for personalization and discovery. This model benefits fans, artists, and songwriters alike. We are concerned that a broad ruling in the Gonzalez v. Google case would undermine these advances and damage the ability for services to provide innovative offerings and engaging experiences.”

The text of the amicus brief is available here.


About The Digital Media Association (DiMA):

DiMA is the leading organization advocating for the digital music innovations that have created unparalleled consumer choice and revolutionized the way music fans and artists connect. Representing the world’s leading music streaming companies – Amazon, Apple Music, Pandora, Spotify, YouTube – DiMA’s mission is to promote and protect the ability of music fans to engage with creative content whenever and wherever they want and for artists to more easily reach old fans and make new ones. www.DiMA.org