EMI: DRM stays

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EMI has broken off talks with digital music download services about providing a DRM-free repertoire.
EMI was always tipped as the most likely of the "Big Four" to break ranks with its peers and supply music unencumbered by DRM. It's the smallest of the four major labels, the only one that isn't part of a major entertainment conglomerate, it's seen two mergers with larger partners scuppered in recent years - and it's in an ominous financial position. TheReg with more.