Apple response on Norwegian iTunes case fails to impress

[IDG] Norway’s consumer protection official is not satisfied with Apple’s response to his issue with iTunes DRM restrictions violating the country’s laws.Apple has responded to the Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman’s plan to bring an iTunes case before the country’s Market Council, but Apple’s answer hasn’t impressed the official. He now expects the case to go before the council in March or April next year.Apple has been in the sights of Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman Bjørn Erik Thon for more than two years. The iTunes contract terms breach the Norwegian Marketing Control Act, according to Thon.
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