EMI jumps on the digital music bandwagon

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EMI jumps on the digital music bandwagon

Record company EMI has signed up to use identification and copyright management technologies from Snocap, a legal music sharing network created by Napster founder Shawn Fanning, in an attempt to accrue new revenue streams for its online distribution of recorded music.

According to the agreement, Snocap will provide its music tracking system and database services to make EMI’s content available via online retailers and peer-to-peer network operators.

Read the complete story(Computer Business Review)