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Apple may sacrifice France for exclusivity

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Apple may sacrifice France for exclusivity

Apple would sooner drop out of the French market altogether than meet the demands of a proposed bill that would allow iTunes to play on competitors’ MP3 players, according to Piper Jaffray.

Earlier today, the French National Assembly voted 296-to-193 to approve an online copyright bill that would require online music services and MP3 player makers to open DRM technology up to competitor’s devices and services.

Read the complete story here. (Forbes)

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