Steve Jobs: Let's sell DRM-free music!
In an open letter
, today Steve Jobs published his thoughts on DRM at apple.com. While also talking about other options (and putting them down), he seems to favour the thought that online music stores would be allowed to sell music DRM-free. Whether that's really what Apple would want (losing market share, quite probably), I don't know. But don't we know that the "big four" seem to favour DRM, currently...
Labels: DRM, ipod, iTunes, Steve Jobs