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September 25, 2007 8:00 PM
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SEATTLE - Web retailer Amazon.com Inc. launched its
much-anticipated digital music store yesterday with nearly 2.3 million songs,
none of them protected against copying.
The store, Amazon MP3, lets shoppers buy and download individual songs or
entire albums. The tracks can be copied to multiple computers, burned onto CDs
and played on most types of PCs and portable...
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