Apple responds to iTunes DRM complaints

Tuesday, 1 August 2006, 4:19 PM EST

Apple Computer has replied to criticism of its iTunes digital rights management policy, meeting a deadline set by consumer agencies in Scandinavia, an advisor at Norway's Consumer Council said on Tuesday. The Norwegian council is still reviewing the letter, which arrived on Tuesday morning, and hasn't yet released it to the public, said Torgeir Waterhouse, senior advisor to the Consumer Council of Norway.

At InfoWorld.

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