Warner Music CEO Says Jobs' DRM Free Proposal Lacks "Logic or Merit."

The CEO of Warner Music Group, Edgar Bronfman, has come out against Steve Job’s proposal that music be sold DRM free:

“We advocate the continued use of DRM in the protection of our and our artists’ intellectual property,” Bronfman said on a conference call yesterday. “The issue is obscured by asserting that DRM and interoperability is the same thing. They are not. To suggest that they cannot co exist is simply incorrect.”

Bronfman said the proposal was without “logic or merit.”—MEGHANN MARCO

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