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+ - Amazon to offer DRM-free MP3s

et764 writes: "A post on Hypebot reports that Amazon is planning to launch an online music store early next year. This store will offer only MP3s without DRM and offer variable pricing. From the article:

What is most surprising (and exciting) about Amazon's new store is that the online giant is apparently telling labels that they will only sell DRM free mp3's and will offer variable pricing.
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