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+ - Personal info discovered inside iTunes Plus files->

Submitted by r2k
r2k (666) writes "Apple's iTunes Plus files are DRM-free, but a sharing the files on P2P networks may be an extremely bad idea. A report published by CNet highlights the fact that the account information and email address of the iTunes account holder is hidden inside each and every DRM-free download. I checked, and I found I couldn't access the information using an ID3 tag editor, but using Notepad I found my email address stored inside the audio file itself."
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Personal info discovered inside iTunes Plus files

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