EMI on the right track, but …

The Dutch consumer lobby group Consumentenbond said music company EMI’s decision to release music without anti-copy protection was a ‘good first step’, but was critical of the fact that the unprotected music was more expensive.


EMI and computer company Apple announced yesterday that ERMI would release its entire digital music catalogue without copy protection, for €1.29 per song, compared with 99 cents for protected songs.

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