Hackers enable iTunes swapping

Friday, 20 August 2004, 11:57 AM EST

A group of anonymous programmers has released new software that allows music to be swapped via Apple's popular iTunes jukebox.

Like an older piece of software called MyTunes, the newly released OurTunes allows a person to browse complete iTunes libraries on other computers and download songs, either in MP3 or the AAC format preferred by Apple. Songs purchased from the iTunes music store and wrapped in Apple's copy-protection technology cannot be traded.

By John Borland at ZDNet.

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