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Amazon’s Cloud Player: We Don’t Need a License

March 30th, 2011 03:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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halfEvilTech writes “Amazon has launched Cloud Drive and Cloud Player without securing streaming licenses from the music industry. But does it need to? Amazon says “No.” The music industry? “Yes.” Do I need a license to stream MP3s from system RAM to the MP3 player? From my Hard Drive to RAM? From my File Server to my machine?

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