In a move that could mark the beginning of the end of Internet radio as we know it, Pandora has decided it can no longer offer its popular streaming service to non-U.S. residents due to concerns over DMCA issues. According to TechCrunch, Pandora will need to secure international deals before the service can be distributed out the U.S. The company’s decision comes in the wake of a stupid decision by the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board U.S. Congress to slap far-too-high royalty rates on streaming music – rates that are much higher than traditional and satellite radio. And you wonder why Web-savvy consumers, who love being able to discover lots of new music online, are still being tempted by P2P services! For more, check out the Pandora blog and Save Net Radio.