NY Times: Jobs Calls for End to Music Copy Protection

Steven P. Jobs, Apple’s chief executive, jolted the record industry on Tuesday by calling on its largest companies to allow online music sales unfettered by antipiracy software.


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, February 7, 2007 .

USA Today: Sony BMG releases first song that works with all music players

Record label Sony BMG Music Entertainment, which got into trouble last year when it sold copy-protected CDs that inadvertently threatened PCs with a computer virus, has become the first major record label to sell an unprotected digital song.


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, July 12, 2006 .