Steve Job's DRM dance

by Jason Gross

7 February 2007

 

While it might seem amazing that Apple’s Steve Jobs is now speaking out against DRM (digital rights management) attached to sales of online music, CNET has a good article that tries to parse his logic about taking this tact in this article.  One thing’s for sure, the market is becoming so unwieldy that the labels and Jobs don’t have clear answers now about how to keep making money so they’re scrambling around for solutions.

 

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