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Apr 23, 2007 18:03 # 44427

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EMI to offer DRM-free music downloads

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Hell froze over, and nobody noticed.

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Even though I live in a country where downloading copyrighted material for private use is legal, I'm half-tempted to buy a few albums. You know, just to tell EMI that I support the idea.
Now, if they could just part with Apple's evil iTunes and change the prices to something reasonable...

When life hands you a lemon, that's 40% of your RDA of vitamin C taken care of.

This post was edited by null on Apr 23, 2007.

Apr 24, 2007 02:05 # 44429

charlie *** replies...

Re: EMI to offer DRM-free music downloads

Hell froze over, and nobody noticed.

Wired News and Fake Steve noticed. But yeah, hell froze over.

Please contiune to vote AND post.

Apr 25, 2007 12:40 # 44437

yoshi314 * replies...

Re: EMI to offer DRM-free music downloads

I really thought it was a late april's fools :D

"Life is a queue. You come in, hang around for a bit, get some service, then depart."

Sep 12, 2007 13:31 # 44926

zen *** replies...

Re: EMI to offer DRM-free music downloads

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Lol.....i noticed, but didn't post about it. That's exdcellent for those who never got the news.
My thought is that it was only going to be a matter of time before this happened.
The whole DRM-thing is just bloated, and elitist. My CD breaks, or the shitty substrate they use comes off, and now I have to buy another copy??
F*** them.

Once Fred Neitszche declared God is Dead, f*ck became the most important word in the English languag


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