It prices downloads by file size rather than a straight fee per item. But it's an indie so naturally, the Big Four Organized Music members are trying to destroy it. And not content with that, they now seem ready to sic their IFPI on British AllofMP3.com punters, who can download an album for as little as �0.75 (about $1.40). Against that, a download from iTunes, supplied by EMI, Warner Music, Vivendi Universal and Sony BMG, can cost �9.79 (almost $18.20). As part of their latest marketing innovation, the Big Four's IFPI (International Federation of Phonographic Industry) is now threatening UK AllofMP3.com users, claiming they're infringing copyright. [see full story for more]- Click here for the Full Story
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