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iMesh signs deal with MusicNet for legal download service

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iMesh, a well known P2P software company, has signed a deal with MusicNet to provide it with songs as it attempts to create a legal download service. MusicNet is also behind many of the catalogues offered by other legal services including AOL and Yahoo. iMesh will offer tracks as one-off downloads and will also offer a subscription service. Customers will be allowed to share their music ...

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MusicNet claims to have "the largest available music library in the industry today".
Yeah, filled with all of the hardley-barable, low-quality hippidy-pop BS that everyone tries to avoid by using the "alternative" with no spying on the user and accessing "legal backdoors" to alert the RIAA of the first problem they see. No thanks.
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more low quality, rip off prices service.
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