According to the video that describes Anontune (which you can see below), "Anontune will never host any copyrighted music at any time, nor will it be streaming music. Rather than focus on the music itself, Anontune will instead focus upon information about the music. Information like were music is being distributed, how it is being used, and how it is discovered."
Anyone can try the service right now, although it's still reportedly pretty buggy. Security experts and copyright attorneys have also cautioned that it's probably a good idea to stay away, but it's at least something that you should be aware of.
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