Tuesday, March 05, 2002

Having been accused by Disney Executives of aiding copyright pirates with the iPod, Apple CEO Steve Jobs fired back today, pointing out that a lack of creativity in the record industry. According to the article, The lesson of Napster, which popularised unauthorised music-sharing on the Internet, had more to do with convenience than the fact users could get music free of charge, in Jobs' view. "We believe that over 80percent of people are willing to pay," he says. "But there is no one offering you a choice."

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