Apple, EU Expected To Resolve Antitrust Case

Law360 (January 8, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- Apple Inc. is reportedly expected to announce by Thursday that the European Commission's antitrust case against it and several record companies is over.

The case involves the pricing of online music and videos on iTunes, Apple's popular Internet music store. Apple allegedly broke European Union policies by setting country-specific prices for sales in Europe, charging more money for equivalent downloads in some countries than others.

Apple may have also broken competition laws by restricting consumers to the iTunes online store that is specific to their home...
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