A group of 10 men accused of making nearly $500,000 through the fraudulent downloads.

A group of 10 men accused of making nearly $500,000 through the fraudulent downloads.

A songwriter used stolen credit cards to buy his own tunes online and make thousands of pounds in royalty payments, a judge heard.
Lamar Johnson, 19, posted music on iTunes and Amazon and then used the stolen details to buy them thousands of times over.
Helen Malcolm QC, prosecuting, said Johnson used ‘compromised credit card details’ in order to cream royalties from the music sales.

Source with details Daily Mail