DRM-free iTunes: A Huge Step Forward?
Jan 06, 2009 By Katherine Druckman
DRM-free music from iTunes is the best news I've heard all week
16% (109 votes)
It's about time. Maybe I'll buy something from them eventually.
23% (159 votes)
Why the hell do I care about iTunes? When they have a Linux version, maybe we'll talk.
61% (427 votes)
Total votes: 695
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