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EMI And Apple Drop DRM

You know, it's easy to become jaded over the past decade as companies and our government have become increasingly consumer-hostile. With abominations like the DCMA enforced by the thugs at RIAA and MPAA, it's been hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

But then one day, someone actually listens to the marketplace and does what should have been done in the first place. EMI will sell it's catalog--in higher 256 kbps AAC versions--through Apple's iTunes store with no digital rights limitations.

It's been a good day for the customer.

by Christopher Heiser on April 2 20:14
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