Apple removes the “pirate” music from iPod




Apple will be forced into another lawsuit. At this time we are talking about competition in the field of media services: When you connect iPod to your computer are synchronized iTunes libraries and if the player has audio received from third-party services, you receive an error message and a proposal to roll back the device to its factory settings. Thus, the files will be deleted competing services. Wall Street Journal reports that the plaintiff such a policy of the company is seen as an attempt to create a monopoly for downloading music, and by Apple – it’s “legitimate security measure” and an attempt to protect their devices from potentially harmful files. However, the amount in dispute is $ 350 million, and very interesting, whose side will take the court.

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