Yes, Amazon sent me an email stating copyright violation on an old Barbara Streisand Christmas Album that I have had listed for about 10 years with no issue (and no buyer either). It is not a copy, or oddity in any way. It is a late 70s Nice Price era pressing with no barcode. But I did not mention this in my listing, just stated that it was still sealed, no cuts no holes. And it has been up listed with no buyer for many years. I think it was priced at $14.99. I sense that Sony music is not satisfied blocking most sellers from selling used CDs, but now wants to kick the seller's of vinyl off the site as well. I can't imagine what the infringement is with this old LP. I might call Amazon to speak with someone, but they are likely to just state that it was flagged by a third party (Sony Music), and that they do not know exact reason, but the third party is copyright holder. Some runaround answer I would expect. Anyone else seen a real genuine new old stock LP flagged for copyright infringement over there at Amazon? My only concern is that I might start to see many of my listings get kicked to the curb just because they can. Hate to start off the new year with this nonsense. It makes me glad I have a Discogs account in wonderful standing and two ebay accounts both with strong positive feedback. One really must diversify your listing places in this uncertain times we are in. I had just listed 5 items over at Amazon two days ago thinking I need to beef up my sales there. Now I am not really sure.