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Apple Resolves Some Antitrust Issues In iTunes Case

Law360 (September 26, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Scandinavian consumer agencies had a “constructive” meeting with Apple Computer on Monday in their ongoing negotiations over the computer maker’s iTunes music service, which the agencies claim is anti-competitive.

With the threat of legal action looming over the popular music service, the agencies met with European representatives for Apple in an attempt to iron out their differences.

“We had a healthy and constructive dialog with iTunes, and there’s been significant progress in this case,” said Bjørn Erik Thon, the Norwegian ombudsman for consumer affairs.

Scandinavia’s consumer...
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