DRM-Free iTunes Tracks Still Have User IDs Embedded

Just because Apple and Big Music dropped the DRM doesn’t mean they want you trading your iTunes purchases. CNET notes that buyers’ registered email addresses are embedded in every file, and so (somewhat) trace-able. [via Slashdot]

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