THE Beatles are refusing to allow their music to be sold over the internet.
Hundreds of thousands of songs can now be legitimately downloaded from official paid-for internet services - since the music industry launched the initiative to combat illegal file-swapping services - but the most famous band in the world are refusing to take part.
"As far as I am concerned we are doing very well as it is."
The refusal is a blow to the music industry, who are desperate to promote the use of its legitimate service.
A spokesperson for publishers EMI says, "The Beatles have chosen not to put their music online.
"I do not know their reasoning. It's the prerogative of the artists."14/10/2003 17:04
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