FYI, iTunes has recently announced that EMI’s entire catalog is available for download in a DRM-free version.  Now, comes word that the DRM-free songs have your personal info (name and email address) buried in them, to discourage people from sharing them on P2P networks.

What’s funny, however, is how up-in-arms people are getting.  I absolutely dispise DRM, which is why I still buy used CD’s and rip them to MP3.  However, this seems like a fair comprimise.  You agree to not distribute it, we give it to you unencumbered.

I could say more, but this guy has said it all.