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The reviews of Steve Jobs’ DRM Manifesto are coming in from the music industry and the lines fall pretty much as you would expect. Take Edga…

The reviews of Steve Jobs’ DRM Manifesto are coming in from the music industry and the lines fall pretty much as you would expect. Take Edgar Bronfman Jr. during Warner Music Group earnings call today, who took the time to stress his company’s commitment to DRM: “The notion that music does not deserve the same protections as software, television, film, video games or other intellectual property simply because there is an unprotected legacy product available in the physical world is completely without logic or merit. But let

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  1. The CD (physical medium) is the DRM in the real world…it makes you pay.

    And if the music industry really wanted to sell more online, then they would invest in/buy some cool company like Tamago (www.tamago.us) and do it.

  2. It looks like Mr. Bronfman fell right into Steve Jobs' trap. Jobs once again comes across as the folk hero and Bronfman comes across as an oblivious buffoon.

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