Apple Continues Copyright-Free Battle In iTunes Talks

Law360, New York (May 8, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- One month after Apple Inc. reached a deal with Britain’s EMI Music Group to sell music free of technology designed to protect copyrights, the iPod maker is reportedly sticking fast to its battle to sell MP3 files through iTunes without Digital Rights Management technology.

As the company continues negotiations with a group of other major recording labels over the use of the safeguard, Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs has said Apple may be willing to consider charging more than 99 cents per song on iTunes if...
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