Digital Rights Management (DRM) down the drain

iTunes Store, has dropping DRM for all audio files as of January 5, so approximately 80% of the catalog is now released in iTunes Plus format (no DRM, and higher bit rates). By spring, the entire catalog will be DRM-free. What this means is you'll be able to download music and share it among multiple devices. Since much of the classical music library was DRM enabled, this is a boon for listeners of classical music. No more restrictions on the number of devices you can store your music on.


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