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I'd like to see some evidence, Bill. AAC is their format, but those will play on plenty of non-Apple devices.
Evidence? The file format is irrelevant. It's still protected. You can't play the AAC file anywhere you'd like just by copying it over. I own Apple products. I can't play any iTunes stores purchases on my Xbox 360, which streams from the iPod, for instance, but I can play any music that *I* put on it via a CD or from an unprotected MP3 like from Amazon. I don't know what evidence you'd like, but I'm right on this one. Apple allows sharing/streaming under very specific circumstances. They loosened the controls, but not THAT much and really only within the Apple world of products.
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