Thursday, October 09, 2003

FUTURE HOLDING ON LINE THREE: Looks like the record companies may have a better time of the mobile phone download system - it's all being done under proper licences and there's some of their nifty copy-protection software built in. So, they're being greedy and look set to charge GBP1.50 per track - which is overpriced and, frankly, will only encourage others to find ways to share the music they've already bought over the phones. A single track of music should not cost more in digital form than it does on a real, plastic, stored and distributed and pressed disc.

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