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Wednesday, September 10, 2003
(e-publishing) iTunes sells 10m  
BBC Technology news reports that users have now downloaded 10 million songs from Apple's iTunes music store, in the four months it has been operating.

Which is great for Americans, but iTunes still hasn't negotiated licenses for the rest of the world. C'mon guys, it works, people like it, get it out there. (I know there are issues with having to negotiate rights for each country, but surely when they see something like this, that works, the record companies should be willing to get involved?)


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