Probably you will have been having a lot of times watching on Facebook video made by users and with them inside as soundtrack songs more or less famous to make them less boring or more engaging.
Well, using such music backgrounds is not legal because it violates copyright-protected rules, but it seems that Facebook is trying to solve this problem.
According to Bloomberg, in fact, the popular social network would be willing to pay “hundreds of millions of dollars” to “cancel” the copyright infringement for the songs used in videos published on its platform.
At the same time Facebook would have promised to implement a system that warns users of music that violates copyright, but it would take two years to complete it.
An agreement between Facebook and record companies would please both parties, of course, the users of the most popular social network. Signatures, however, have not yet been affixed.