Apple changes it’s iTunes Managed Rights

Apple changes it’s iTunes Managed Rights

Some pretty good news for iTunes lovers.

Under its “iTunes Plus” program, Apple said all music would be sold without digital rights management (DRM) — that is, iTunes music buyers won’t suffer track playability limited only to iPod/iTunes products, and will be able to share and listen to their tracks as they please.

There’s some price differentiation of course, but we think it’s worth it!

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