Steve Jobs was almost right

When Apple launched DRM-free music on the iTunes music store, Jobs predicted that by the end of the year, all labels would be selling music in an unencumbered format (on the iTunes music store).

Well, Warner has joined the MP3-selling party, which makes Sony-BMG the lone holdout. But Warner and Universal are not selling their music without DRM on the iTunes music store – that’s the labels trying to reign in Apple’s market share in digital music sales a bit. I would not put my money on the labels in that fight, not with the track record of their management…

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