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August 23, 2005


Marco Raaphorst

"If the government mandated filtering technologies, we'd be delighted."

The are pro filtering, so probably pro DRM.


Marco Raaphorst

Tim H

Hmm, perhaps the 3 song thing comes from the singles market where there are generally 3 songs on the CD (1 A side and 2 B sides). The only reason I can think of is to try and hook people on an artist so they will buy more of the artist's music. It's also a mechanism by which they can justify charging more than iTunes et al.


Per S.

Hey, I heard your interview on tllts the other day. This is to good to be true! I just bought my first download this morning.
Keep it up!


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