iPod, iTunes and iHandcuffs
POSTED ON 1/18/2007 | PERMALINK |
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That's why I abandoned the whole iTunes/iPod mess before I got in too deep. I'm a deliriously happy and unshackled eMusic user and have been for nearly a year. My MP3s play on every digital music player ever manufactured and no one can ever take them away from me. They're mine.
"Arstechnica published an article earlier this week titled “Why DRM’s best friend might just be Apple Inc.“. Every time someone points out that Apple is a supporter of DRM, the Mac faithful come out of the woodworks to promote the delusion that Apple does not really support DRM and that they’re simply forced to use DRM by the record labels and studios. This of course flies in the face of reality:
- day against drm
- why the beatles won't use itunes, existing record contracts or drm
- emusic: free and clear mp3s