British singer Billy Bragg has removed his music from his MySpace.com web page, after accusing the networking phenomenon's boss Rupert Murdoch of exploiting musicians on the site. The NEW ENGLAND star insists the media mogul "owns" any work which is posted on the popular blog, taking any rights away from the artist. Bragg posted the following explanation: "Sorry there's no music. Once an artist posts up any content (including songs), it then belongs to My Space (aka Rupert Murdoch) and they can do what they want with it, throughout the world, without paying the artist." The small print on the site informs users that by posting content, "You hereby grant to MySpace.com a non-exclusive, fully-paid and royalty-free, worldwide license (with the right to sublicense through unlimited levels of sublicensees) to use, copy, modify, adapt, translate, publicly perform, publicly display, store, reproduce, transmit, and distribute such content on and through the services." But MySpace.com spokesman JEFF BERMAN tells the New York Daily News, "Because the legalese has caused some confusion, we are at work revising it to make it very clear that MySpace is not seeking a license to do anything with an artist's work other than allow it to be shared in the manner the artist intends. "Obviously, we don't own their music or do anything with it that they don't want."