Universal Music tries DRM-free music distribution

In February, Apple’s frontman Steve Jobs gave arguments to stop DRM (‘Digital Rights Management’) for the download of music.

This week, Universal Music Group has announced a six-month trial to sell a part of its music catalog without DRM protection software. The DRM-free songs will be available through online music services such as Rhapsody and online stores like Amazon. Ironically, iTunes won’t be participating in the trial.

Read the press release here.

Universal Music tries DRM-free music distribution

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