Universal Goes DRM-free

Universal Music have announced that they’re going to try selling much of their catalogue without DRM from now until January. People who don’t want to pay for music just download it from P2P, where all the music is already available for free, without DRM. If you want to convince people to buy your music, you can’t start by making it worse than the free stuff. So it’s inevitable that Universal would come around to this position. They’re not selling DRM-free tracks through iTunes (where Apple charges a 30 percent premium) — they’re selling them through Apple’s competitors — via Slashdot

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