Washington Post: A Death Blow to DRM
Apr 02, 2007, 20:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Less than two months after Apple chief executive Steve Jobs
challenged record labels to stop insisting on 'digital rights
management' copy restrictions, one of the major record labels took
him up on the invitation.
"This morning, EMI Music announced that it would allow customers
to buy music off Apple's iTunes Store--and later, other music
stores--without any 'DRM' encumbrances, and in a higher-quality
format than before..."