EMI In talks to sell unprotected MP3's

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#1

I just posted the article EMI In talks to sell unprotected MP3’s.

USA Today has a great story that tries to make it look like EMI is doing this to in order to make the market better for consumers. Ideally, I think we all know that Jobs’ call to drop DRM…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/12986-EMI-In-talks-to-sell-unprotected-MP3s.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/12986-EMI-In-talks-to-sell-unprotected-MP3s.html)

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#2

now here’s a fine example on how to not report news, the actual content ruined by an overdose of bias


#3

i think one of the big issues with this whole argument is not solely about DRM, but whether or not studios are going to play fair and offer their services to all the online music stores. making exclusivity contracts where an entire studio will only be available to one particular online store should be made illegal! i suspect that if one particular online music store could wrangle the majority of studios under its wing, this would fall under some anti-trust monopoly law.


#4

i agree with twit, i was optimistic about reading this article until i read the reporters pessimistic comments. :c


#5

I bet if they do this it will be in the lowest MP3 compression that they can get away with


#6

I bet if they do this it will be in the lowest MP3 compression that they can get away with


#7

“I bet if they do this it will be in the lowest MP3 compression that they can get away with” Spot on!