LOS ANGELES, CA The service, called Music Onebox, was announced Wednesday. It
lets Chinese users access music online, legally. It directs them to
a site backed by some major record labels and supported by
advertising. One of its investors is Chinese basketball star Yao
Users outside China are blocked from accessing the tunes.
Paid music downloads are practically nonexistent in China, but
Internet users there have had wide access to pirated tunes.
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