facebook search compromises users privacy: it doesn't really hide non-shared items from other users, who are not your friends. You can see that by looking for addresses: Although most users who input their address share it only with their friends, searching for the street name or any other details from their address shows them on the search results, even to users who are not rheir friends. facebook users, try it now — search for "dizengoff", "sheinkin" or your own street name to find other users who live there."
So, EMI becomes the first major label to make the DRM-free jump. Personally, while I see it as a good thing from different angles (customer: music can be played on any software/player, reseller: Apple makes more money because people will come to them to buy DRM-free tunes, supplier: EMI makes more money from the higher per-song price, artists: still get screwed) I don't see it as jumping for joy news. I'm not much of an au