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Amazon Upsets Labels By Launching Cloud Player Without New Licensing

Amazon Upsets Labels By Launching Cloud Player Without New Licensing

Posted March 29, 2011 at 5:48pm · 3 comments · Add Comment
Notch
Notch - March 30, 2011 at 12:42pm
It's nice to see the promise of capitalism finally show up. You know, that mythological system where consumers benefit from competition between businesses? Yeah, I'll take some of that, Thanks amazon, for trying to save capitalism from the monopolists. PS: you're next!
Jimmy Jonstone
Jimmy Jonstone - March 29, 2011 at 9:26pm
Apple and Google definitely need to jump into this pool. The labels are totally clueless. If I buy a digital file, a paper file, or a file embedded into a piece of highly overpriced plastic, I should be able to play or enjoy it however I want. In fact, I'm so pissed off at this anti-technological thieves that I'm going to be thieve myself and go steal an album full of mp3s right now. There should be a National Steal Digital Media Day where everyone protests by helping themselves for 24 hours.
Ha
Ha - March 29, 2011 at 6:35pm
The road block is the labels. They seem to be extremely resistant to keep up with technology. Wasn't there a service about 10 years ago that offered streaming of your uploaded music but the labels had it shut down. I want to say MP3.com
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