DRM Free?

Anyone fussed about drm-free music? That guy who blogs on the BBC news site (Bill?) had to post about how he was wrong... ho ho ho Happy

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4 replies since 4th April 2007 • Last reply 4th April 2007

Not particularly...it's pretty easy to get round anyway... <!-- s:geek: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/cats/geeky.gif" alt="geek" title="geek" /><!-- s:geek: -->

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It bothers me because I couldn't use DRMed tunes as I liked, so this is a big thing personally for me. And I think that in general DRM is a bit of a non-starter as an idea, both technically and in a business sense.

I wonder if labels other than EMI are going to follow their lead in this way?

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the whole DRM thing doesn't affect me, as I'd never pay for a download. If I download stuff and like it, then I'll buy it on CD/Vinyl etc. No DRM there <!-- s:clap: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/cats/enthralled.gif" alt="clap" title="clap" /><!-- s:clap: -->

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Loadsa the Saddle Creek vinyl comes with links to get MP3s, which is awesome...

And even the CD's have a selection of tracks on as MP3 of other artists... feel the love Happy

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