It’s more accurate to say that it was her label but the fact that whoever decided that her latest single should be available without any stupid downloading (DRM) restrictions deserves a cigar: DRM under Siege. How long did it take for the major labels to figure out that music fans want music without strings attached? They have a track record of taking a long time to get the point, haven’t they? Let’s see how many other aritsts and labels follow suit now. If it’s a success, the whole digital music world might become a lot more user-friendly and even more profitable.
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