Apple iPod - A Model Internet Citizen or a Catalyst for Piracy?

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This research looks at Apple's Ipod sales and compares the capacity of those devices to the volume of sales of songs on Apple's iTunes store. This research will include shipments of Ipod music and video devices as well as song sales in terms of unit shipments.

Table of Contents

Apple iPod - A Model Internet Citizen or a Catalyst for Piracy?, IntroductionWhy Apple got the Largest Byte The Birth of a Phenomenon: The Apple iPod and iTunesThe Battle Against PiracyThe iPod and Rights ManagementThe iPod Evolution Adding to Apple's Bottom LineThe iPod Story by Numbers Apple iPod - A Model Internet Citizen or a Catalyst for Piracy?, The iPod - A Problem Solver or Problem Creator?Does Apple have a Larger Byte than it can Chew?How iTunes Changed the WorldTo Rip or Not to RipiTunes and Illegal DownloadsIs there a Happy Ending?




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