has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), reports.

Audiogalaxy is a widely used descendant of the Napster file-sharing service. Under the settlement, it will adopt a filtering system. For music to be available on the system, the songwriter, music publisher, and/or record company must give their consent, the report claims.

The company will also pay music publishers and record companies an undisclosed sum of money.