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EFF IN THE NEWS

Four years ago when Apple launched the iTunes Music Store, the company preached the good news of an easy-to-understand pricing structure for consumers: all tracks at 99 cents, most albums for $9.99...

In Apple's case, critics like Peter Eckersley of the Electronic Frontier Foundation contend that consumers actually are getting a raw deal by being charged a 30% premium to effectively buy back their rights. And while audio quality is improved, it still doesn't match CD quality.

Thursday, April 19, 2018
Reuters
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