"We reject and reject the claims that were made by Dagens Naeringsliv ," said Tidal CEO Richard Sanders, referring to the Norwegian publicati that made several allegatis, including that the service is behind royalty payments.
"Although we will not comment wrg, we believe that it is important to ensure that our artists, our employees and our subscribers know that we do not take the security and integrity of our data lightly, and we will not shrink from our commitment to them " According to Sanders, Business Worldwide said: stated that the company used" multiple channels "to investigate a possible violati, including "by reporting it to the proper authorities, taking legal acti and taking proactive steps to strengthen our stringent security measures already in place." by making his accusatis of inflati, DN ] said that he had cducted a e-year investigati, and relied the forensic analysis of a hard drive with raw data from Tidal. respse, Tidal accused the publicati of a "smear campaign" with "stolen and manipulated" data.
Blowback of the scandal saw the Norwegian royalty collecti group To launch a police complaint, and e in Denmark start an audit of Tidal. ..