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Forgot my glasses today, but from what I can make out, it seems that iTunes has just now introduced DRM free iTunes Plus, which is a great start to something that folks have been pushing for for a while now. Now, its not FLAC or even the 320 kbps files that you can get on Bleep.com, but its pretty great since iTunes has such a large market share. (You compression geeks out there can comment on 256kbps AAC vs. 320kbps VBR mp3 (i.e. iTunes plus vs. Bleep.com) – in fact, please do.) In addition, it appears that you can actually upgrade eligible songs to DRM free (for a cost, but hey, still…). Unfortunately, it looks like this ony applies for now to EMI label songs, but hopefully this will be a good push in the right direction for other labels as well.