Wow - DRM free music sells better, bringing more money to industry coffers. It's like the VCR fight all over again:
Early sales indicate that DRM-free music is noticeably more popular than DRMed music, EMI senior VP Lauren Berkowitz recently told Bloomberg. The world's third-largest music label began selling its music without copyright protections last month through Apple's iTunes Store and reports back that sales have been "good."
Follow the link to Ars Technica for details - the uptick seems significant. So the question is, how many facts have to die before the RIAA and MPAA get a clue?