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Both sides of your mouth are arguing

Both sides of your mouth are arguing

Michael Nash, chief of digital strategy for music company Warner, is quoted in the Register, saying that "few people buy music from digital downloads." He was justifying his threat to cut off iTunes from Warner music unless Apple raises prices. But if nobody buys digital music anyway, why all the fuss about how much Apple charges? Wouldn't raising the price just squelch the market?