Lala.com

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This may be the RIAA’s biggest itch since Pandora.com.

Lala is launching a free service that scans your digital tracks—everything you own from ripped CDs, iTunes downloads or any other means—and then lets you log into the website anywhere to access that music.

Lala doesn’t upload everything. Most of the songs you own are probably in its servers already; it will only upload the stuff it didn’t have. If you are wondering if that includes The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Dave Matthews Band, stuff famously not available online, it does. Lala assumes that if you own it, you have the right to it. It’s a fair-use defense that makes sense, since you can’t really distribute music through the service, you can only access it for your own use.” – Gizmodo

“As if that weren’t enough, you can also purchase new digital music at up to 30% less than Amazon or iTunes and side load it straight to your iPod from the site.” – Josh Spear

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