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Taiwanese music platform launches DRM free music

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 09 Apr 2007 10:37 User comments (1)

Taiwanese music platform launches DRM free music KKBOX, an online music streaming platform with over 220,000 members in Taiwan has launched its first DRM-free track, the first ever to be legally introduced in Taiwan.
Through cooperation with the record publishers of the Chinese-language group "Blue Eyes", a "Blue Eyes" song will be available DRM-free for $.60 USD or free for those who have the monthly service from KKBOX.

The move will help KKBOX to compete with ezPEER+, Taiwan's largest p2p online music platform.

Source:
Digitimes

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19.4.2007 16:40

I seriously find this hilarious how people are JUST NOW beginning to offer DRM free music just because one company does.....anything to attract more customers, right?

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