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RIAA Claims File Swapping Has Stopped

Posted by: , 13:22 AEST, Thu June 15, 2006

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Well, not really stopped, more like contained
"The problem has not been eliminated," dissembles RIAA boss Mitch Bainwol, "But we believe digital downloads have emerged into a growing, thriving business, and file-trading is flat."

"Digital downloads" can be summed up as online deliveries through Apple's iTunes, the only significant corporate music service. And it isn't even a service. Rather, it's a self-funding loading application developed exclusively for Apple's iPod music player. More...

Credit: p2pnet


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