Then you will want to know about this section of their contract you have already or will be signing. Here is a pertinent
part*** of CD Baby's Artist Agreement which involves documentation, Section 10(b):
"CD Baby reserves the right...to remove any of Your Content...if such:...(iii) is content to which you cannot document your rights therein upon CD Baby’s request; (iv) violates the intellectual property rights or other protected interests of a third party; ..."
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***In case you want to see the entire section without the portions removed because they were for another topic, here it is:
10(b) Right of Removal. CD Baby reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to remove any of Your Content from the Website if such content: (i)is patently offensive, pornographic or defamatory; (ii)is the subject of a dispute between you or us and a third party; (iii) is content to which you cannot document your rights therein upon CD Baby’s request; (iv) violates the intellectual property rights or other protected interests of a third party; (v)is the subject of a takedown notice by a party claiming to own the rights therein, or (vi)is the subject of any fraudulent activity, or for any other reason in CD Baby’s sole and absolute judgment is necessary to protect the business interests of CD Baby and any of its business partners or Licensees. CD Baby may also remove Your Content from the Website if you are abusive or rude or provide false or intentionally misleading information to any CD Baby employees or agents. CD Baby shall have no liability to you for the removal of any of Your Content from the Website or any Licensee website or service other than to provide you a credit (but not a refund) for any fees previously paid by you for making Your Content available via the Website or through Licensees. The removal of any of Your Content shall not relieve CD Baby of the obligation to pay you any royalties that may have accrued prior to the removal of Your Content.
Have you listed your songs with
CD Baby or other digital aggregators?
Are you thinking about it?
Here's some things you will want to know.