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DRM-Free Resurrection?

10/04/07

  03:55:02 pm, by Nimble   , 62 words  
Categories: Thoughts, Internet

DRM-Free Resurrection?

Looks like there's been a small revival in the availability of DRM-free music. No major revolution, but you have the advent of Amazon's DRM-free MP3 collection, which contains quite a number of bands, and even the icon of DRM, iTunes, now has "iTunes Plus" with double the bit rate encoding and DRM-free with the option of upgrading previously-bought songs to this format.

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Comment from: Adam [Member]  
Adam

I had a post about this one queued up but you beat me to the punch. The major downside of the Amazon MP3 shop is – you guessed it – that it’s for the US only.

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