EMI to sell music without DRM on iTunes

Posted on Monday, Apr 02 2007 @ 13:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
According to a report from Wall Street Journal, EMI is planning to go DRM-less on iTunes.

The paper says Steve Jobs is London at the Apple event to announce EMI's and Apple's plan to sell a significant amount of its catalog without anti-piracy software.

This sure is a nice evolution

UPDATE: This news has now been officially announced by EMI. The music label says it will start offering music without DRM in May.


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