[AUUG-Talk]: Downloading and playing legal music

Chandana De Silva chandana at desilva.id.au
Mon Oct 24 15:01:20 EST 2005

Not sure. Destramusic seems to be the only kid on the block, in
Australia. Also the DRM seems to have been mandated by the RIAA
(Recording Industry Association of America) so anybody who wants to do
legal music needs them. Which is why it is important to try and change
On Mon, 2005-10-24 at 13:52 +0930, Daniel O'Connor wrote:

> On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 13:22, Chandana De Silva wrote:
> > A possible issue here is that in the eyes of most people, the need for
> > Windows Media Player would be the reason not to use Linux. This would
> > conflict with the greater issue of trying to get Linux on the Desktop,
> > which is what a lot of people in the Linux community is trying to do.
> Yes..
> Personally I think it is the fault of the ABC for choosing a convicted 
> monopolist to base the delivery of their music purchase system on.

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