Capitol Records was denied a preliminary injunction in its case against the owner of the "ReDigi" music service, which Capitol has sued for copyright infringement in connection with ReDigi's online marketplace for "used" digital music files.
The district court's order gives no reasons for the denial of the preliminary injunction, instead merely referring to the reasons that apparently were stated on the record at the hearing on the motion.
Earlier, the district court also denied the request from Google to file an amicus curiae brief apparently intended to "highlight the importance of the copyright law questions." The court stated that it believed "that the parties are fully capable of raising these issues themselves -- and have every incentive to do just that[.]"
The original post about Capitol's filing of its complaint can be found here.