Apple, Labels Focus on Copy Protection

May 07, 2007 By ALEX VEIGA, AP Business Writer
Apple, Labels Focus on Copy Protection (AP)
In this file photo from Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006, Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs applauds employees during his keynote address at the MacWorld conference in San Francisco. As a new round of talks ramp up this month between Apple Inc. and major recording companies, Jobs has opened the door to higher prices -- as long as music companies let Apple sell their songs without technology designed to stop unauthorized copying. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

(AP) -- The last time Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs took on major recording companies, he refused to budge on his 99-cent price for a song on iTunes.



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