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September 5, 2008

Now legal downloads cause concerns


by David Allen

In order to capitalise on the problems that music fans are having with obtaining downloads of their favourite music tracks, many internet service providers (ISP) have seen what they think is a hole in the market.

Therefore, it is only natural that instead of their customers going to someone else for his or her musical demands, that the ISPs could provide them with fully legal music and make some revenue from it.

However, as the deals are being announced between the music producers and the ISPs there are concerns from online music sites that their businesses could be under threat, because the ISPs would be able to direct their own customers to their music store, rather than the customer searching for music.

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