Music Execs Criticise DRM Systems

Almost two-thirds of music industry executives think removing digital locks from downloadable music would make more people buy the tracks. The Jupiter Research study looked at attitudes to Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems in Europe music firms. Many of those responding said current DRM systems were not fit for purpose and got in the way of what consumers wanted to do. Despite this few respondents said DRM would disappear in the near future

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