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Old 10-06-06, 09:48 PM
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Enjoy 30 days of Yahoo! Music Unlimited free

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* YOU MUST CANCEL BEFORE THE END OF THE 30-DAY TRIAL PERIOD OR YOU'LL AUTOMATICALLY BE CHARGED FOR THE SUBSCRIPTION PLAN YOU SELECTED DURING REGISTRATION. Once billing begins, your subscription will automatically renew on the monthly/yearly anniversary of your billing date, at the then-current price for the subscription you selected, until you tell us to cancel. The AT&T Yahoo! Music Jukebox application is free and will not be impacted if you cancel a Yahoo! Music Unlimited subscription. Free trials are available to new subscribers in the US only. A valid credit card is required at sign up for validation. See additional terms during registration. Offer expires 11/15/2006.

** A valid subscription is required to access saved songs.
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Old 10-10-06, 09:40 AM
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I presume that these tracks are all DRM-protected.
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Originally Posted by kenbuzz
I presume that these tracks are all DRM-protected.
What does DRM protected mean?
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Old 10-17-06, 10:06 AM
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Digital Rights Management. It's a way to ensure that the music files you download can't be freely copied and exchanged with other users. It thwarts piracy, but it also makes it difficult to play the files on other music devices owned by the same person.

I'm no pirate, but I also prefer to be able to play the file on my 'puter or my laptop or my Mp3 player or on a CD in my wife's van. DRM keeps me from doing that as easily as I would like, and since I don't want to load any DRM software onto my Mp3 player, it's just too much of a hassle for me to want to deal with.
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