Tay Tay takes on the tech giants.
On Sunday, Taylor Swift announced she would not put her songs on the upcoming Apple Music service. In a blog post, she blasted the company for not paying royalties for songs streamed during free trials. Later that same day, .
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Taylor Swift revolts, Apple changes tune on royalties
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