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Monday, 13 August 2007 09:50

Vivendi to offer MP3s without protection

Written by David Stellmack


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The Universal Music
Group division of Vivendi has announced that it will offer the sale of thousands of albums and tracks that it has license rights to in MP3-format without any digital rights management copy protection software.

Vivendi indicated that this offering is a “trial” that will be available only from August to January 2008. Vivendi will offer the MP3-format sale through various vendors, including amazon.com, Wal-Mart and Google. Absent from the vendor availability list is Apple’s online music store, iTunes.

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