Such is the case with Wal-Mart customers, after the giant retailer announced plans to pull the plug on its DRM servers – and inevitably leave those who bought DRM-packed songs from their online store with the laborious task of burning all of their tracks to audio CDs, or run the risk of losing the lot. The rather predictable announcement comes just a year after Wal-Mart started selling DRM-free songs, and follows similar moves from Yahoo and Microsoft.
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