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Wednesday, 28 July 2004

COPYRIGHT LIVES -- AS AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTORS AWAY

Here's some snappy journalism from The Reporter: an analysis by Andrew Orlowski of the deal struck between Apple and Motorola which will allow "severely crippled" versions of iTunes to be played on Motorola phones. Orlowksi describes this as a triumph for DRM ("digital rights management") as well as being a mastepiece of diplomacy.

The IPKat is in awe of the ever-increasing number of ways in which copyright-protected works can be delivered to customers, each generating further marketing opportunities for copyright owners. Whoever said copyright is dead?

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