Welcome to DRM Free Music

Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology allows content providers such as artists and record companies to protect their proprietary music or other data by encrypting digital content and attaching usage rules to it. These rules determine the number of times the content will play, the type of devices upon which it should play, and so on.

Recently a woman lost in court over $222,000 to the music industry for illegal mp3s. Lucky for you DRM Free Audio is committed to offering you ways to get 100% Legal DRM Free MP3s. You can read more about Woman Faces the Music at CBS News.

There is a number of labels and artists that have began to sell MP3s for download on the Internet without DRM protection allowing the buyer the freedom to play the audio on any MP3 compatible device or program without worry of violating laws.

Removing DRM

If you already own musical MP3s that you bought and they contain DRM protection that prevents you from freely listening to the music on all the devices and platforms that you own there are DRM Removal software that's available.

Getting Legal DRM Free MP3s

If you are concerned about illegal downloading and file sharing, prefering to legally acquire your music there are a number of services that offer large selections of legal, DRM free MP3s for your purchase.
According to an AP report, Yahoo is still working out details but plans to offer DRM free MP3s shortly.


DRM Free Music Latest News

ComiXology starts offering DRM-free backups of digital comics
ComiXology, the digital comic book retailer owned by Amazon, is now allowing users to make backups of some downloaded comics. For a number of publishers, the service will make PDF and CBZ versions of comic book purchases free of any digital rights management (DRM), effectively letting customers view the comics they own in other reader apps....

Younity app lets iPhones and iPads legally stream DRM videos from your iTunes library
iTunes videos will stream in their original, full resolution, anywhere in the world...

Cell phone book clubs: A new way for libraries to promote literacy, technology, family and community
A friend of mine in his 40s is about to start teaching in Houston, Texas, and he recently shared a discovery. Many teenagers in Houston tote cell phones, but don't know they can read library e-books for free on their phones.

PANDA chomps through Spotify's DRM
Tough slog to free ogg Music can be ripped from Spotify using a tool that cracks digital rights management copyright protection, a Georgia Tech University researcher says.?

The 404 1,528: Where we change your life forever
CNET's front door wizard Iyaz Akhtar joins the show for the first time ever to talk about a cheaper Tesla, projection watches, and a 404 Easter egg he's been sitting on for years.