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Apple digital content

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A class of consumers claims Apple misled them into believing it is selling them digital content on iTunes, when it actually is only providing them with a license. When a licensing agreement terminates, the content is removed from a consumer’s purchased folder without warning.

Click here to read the complaint.  

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