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Globe Editorial

Let iTunes be iTunes

June 19, 2006

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HAZMAT-SUITED protesters descended on the Apple store in Cambridge recently, part of a nationwide series of demonstrations against restrictions that Apple places on music sold through its iTunes on line store. The green-suited protesters were colorful but misguided. Apple has every right to sell music this way as long as copyright holders agree and consumers are informed beforehand. (Full article: 460 words)

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