Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Jay Z Sued For Copyright Infringement Over His Decoded Book


   Hip-Hop Mogul Jay z has been sued for copyright infringement over his memoir 'Decoded' . The rapper is being sued by Patrick White, who says he wrote large portions of 'Decoded'
Decoded, which is partly a memoir and partly a book of lyrics with accompanying explanations, was published in 2010, but, according to Patrick White, who has filed a lawsuit against the rapper, most of it was stolen from his laptop computer.
        White, who submitted the handwritten lawsuit last week, alleges that his laptop was taken in 2009 and the '99 Problems' rapper has failed to response to his requests to be credited appropriately. He is suing for copyright infringement and invasion of property. 

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