DRM-free Music – is now mainstream?

Very Interesting to see the latest announcement from Amazon.com on Dec 27 in which they told the world that

“Warner joins EMI, Universal Music Group nd a pack of independent labels that sell so-called digital rights management-free music in Amazon MP3, at the company’s music store.

It will be interesting to see how DRM-based services will be able to compete.. When purchasing from those services, it was always a complain how hard it was to keep play back on multiple devices, or when upgrading to new computers… – ugh! —

Glad to see the music publishers are swinging back to the original purpose of digital content! –

Now talk about the long tail of the music catalogs – that is totally endless, and hope profitable for Amazon.com! Yeah!

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