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Cheaper anti-copy CDs - Cheaper anti-copy CDs
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CDs with anti-copy technology to combat piracy may be made cheaper than those without it, one of the UK's leading record executives has suggested. Atlantic Records' UK head Korda Marshall - who signed The Darkness - said there could be different prices for CDs with different copy protection. "Maybe there's a point in the future where you'd buy a copy-protected CD at a lower price," he told BBC Radio 2. Many copy-protected CDs do not work on some players such as PCs and in cars. Mr Marshall suggested a new pricing structure could see fans pay more for CDs that would play on more devices.
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