CDs containing new anti-piracy technology are selling well in the US, despite a backlash over their incompatibility with iPods.
Aiming to curb piracy, labels like Sony BMG are rolling out copy-protected albums in the United States, which let users make three exact duplicates of a CD, and store files on a PC in Microsoft’s Windows Media format.
Albums include recent releases from the Foo Fighters and Dave Matthews Band.
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