The reasoning till now seems to have hinged on the idea that DRM is causing the digital marketplace to grow (huh?). But 2007 is projected to be a downer, or at best flat, in terms of revenue from digital downloads and mobile content. If *gasp* DRM can't continue to grow the digital marketplace (yeah, right, like it was ever the reason in the first place), then more music executives may look at DRM as an enemy. Not that it was ever really an ally, but let's let them pretend it was so that their flawed logic will make it go away.[see full story for more including details on which services may be offered DRM free]- Click here for the Full Story
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