CNET News is reporting that a new software application is out that allows users to share Libraries in iTunes over the internet. Both AAC and MP3 files can be traded (Not Protected Files). According to the report from CNET, “OurTunes works only among computers that share a network, however. That means that students or employees can swap songs on a local network, but cannot use it to browse computers on the Internet…”
This is the three or forth problem that iTunes has run into. From hacked DRM systems, to sharing Libraries over the web, iTunes seems to be running into more and more problems and issues.
Hackers revive iTunes music sharing