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DRM activists hail EMI Apple deal


DRM activists hail EMI Apple deal

Digital rights groups have reacted with cautious optimism after EMI announced that it had struck a deal with Apple to distribute its titles in the iTunes Music Store without digital rights management (DRM) technology.

"Certainly this is a step in the right direction," Derek Slater, activism coordinator for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told "It is long past time that the record labels opened up."

Monday, June 25, 2018
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