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Monday, April 2, 2007

first blood from DRM

In the first strike against DRM, Apple and EMI have agreed to a deal that would offer digital downloads from iTunes without management restrictions. The tracks will cost $1.29 alongside the traditional DRM protected files still priced to go at $0.99.

EMI is one of the mammoth, self-aware, super-record companies; which has the power to reproduce on it's own and controls the nuclear launch capabilities of the United States, Russia, and Fiji. Its labels include the Capital Music Group, Astralwerks, DFA, and a little artist called Radiohead.

See the story on Billboard.


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