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August 19, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

More People Still Buy CDs Than Downloading Music

Compact disc sales scores 65% of all music sold in the United States this year, compared to 35% of which were digital downloads — this despite the dominance of web stores for the past decade and the emergence of iTunes as a legal means of buying music online.

Maybe it’s because of many people’s fear of identity theft for online transactions with the recent news of a hacker caught with millions of credit card accounts; or maybe it’s the old habit of going to the music store — where’s the fun in buying music online? Actually, no one knows why (yet).

Source: Silicon Alley Insider

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