7 January, 2009
Well, maybe “woot” is too much. After all, it should have been this way the whole time. And, yeah, some songs will cost more, but now when I buy a song, I’ll actually own it to do with as I please.
In moves that will help shape the online future of the music business, Apple said Tuesday that it would remove anticopying restrictions on all of the songs in its popular iTunes Store and allow record companies to set a range of prices for them.