Love reports like this about how must recording industry executives don't like DRM, think it gets in the way of what consumers want to do with music and if it was eliminated more people would buy more tracks.
The kicker? These same execs don't think that DRM is going to go away anytime soon.
So what's a consumer to do?
"Concerted government or consumer action" will be necessary to bring this change for the good of us all.
(Power to the people!)
Check out the Electronic Frontier Foundation here to see what one organization is doing to "defend freedom in the digital world."
Seems the record labels can keep prices high, but can't do much else in unison ...