November 20, 2001
Will retailers continue to support copy-protected CDs?
Author: JT Smith
Anonymous Reader writes: "Consumers are rejecting the few copy-proteced CD recently released, but it is the record stores who are caught in the middle as they have to deal with the complaints and lost sales. There is incentive for them to kill this before it becomes standard practice and they can do it fairly easily. If even only one record chain banished such CDs from their stores, they not only would save themselves the headaches, but the record labels would probably back off from this type of security measure as such banishment would crush their artist's chart success. http://www.mp3newswire.net/stories/2001/retailers. html"