Judge Trims Claims In Apple ITunes Antitrust Suit
The long-running antitrust litigation focuses on Apple’s former policy of encoding digital music files sold through its iTunes store with proprietary digital rights management software, which only allowed iTunes purchases to be played on iPods, allegedly creating a monopoly for music players and downloads. Apple stopped using DRM in 2009.
U.S. District Judge...
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