Mix: iPod tax, Cheap tracks, Stolen music, Cigarette case

 Wisconsin legislators are “mobilizing against a proposal they call the ‘iPod tax,’ in a battle over online music and movies that could soon spread across the United States.”

 In a move to curb illegal downloading, an academic at McGill University proposes putting all music on a search engine and charging five cents a song.

 Slate’s Daniel Engber asks, “How much is your stolen music worth?” And answers, “Probably more than you think.”

 A cigarette container probably isn’t what Apple had in mind when they created the iPod shuffle Sport Case.

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