It’s taken a while, but several Japanese labels are now offering DRM-free music downloads, four years after Apple and EMI’s famous iTunes agreement. Billboard reports on Warner Music, Universal Music and EMI’s local subsidiaries’ efforts so far to gradually remove DRM from their catalogues, with Sony considering following suit. Victor Entertainment and Avex Group Holdings are tipped to completely remove DRM by the end of 2012, too.

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