Anti-piracy feud bodes ill for web music

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"A high-powered new generation of digital music players is heading for Christmas stockings. Almost simultaneously, the major record labels are releasing their catalogs…

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“This means that the players have no way to support the expiration dates for songs distributed through subscription services.” So let me get this straight: After you have bought the CD and paid for the MP3 (cause you’re no longer alowed to rip MP3’s for yourself) you have to pay for it a THIRD time when it expires? Yeah…right…that will be happening, NOT! RIAA KMFA! :stuck_out_tongue: