Apple chief executive Steve Jobs was playing cute last month, when he complained that the record labels and movie studios forced him to include digital rights management technology on iTunes content. But in a world led by Jobs, he stressed, there would be no DRM.
The Free Software Foundation now is asking Jobs to show that he's serious. There are plenty of independent artists that would be happy to have their music on iTunes without any DRM.
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