It's becoming more and more common for users to download music and then simply publish it in its original form on Spotify, Amazon and other online stores without the artists' consent. Currently, we have a special case that claims hundreds of songs on all platforms at once - which leads to copyright problems on Youtube, among other things. This in turn leads to a lot of extra work as I have to fill out forms, contact all the stores and take care of things I really don't have time for.
This all also contradicts the purpose of this platform, to offer music that you can use without constantly getting a copyright claim.
Here are some examples of "releases" without any permission of the artists (and they will not get any cent of sales/streams):
This kind of thing is happening more and more often lately, and it's taking on unexpected proportions. Why do Amazon, Spotify, Deezer and other stores allow anyone to anonymously release music through a distributor without the source being traceable?