PyMusique author hacks Apple's iTunes fix

Wednesday, 23 March 2005, 7:51 PM EST

Apple Computer and the authors of an application that allow users to buy music from the ITunes Music Store without using ITunes itself appear to be involved in an escalating war of wits.

On Tuesday, only a day after Apple announced a change to the ITunes Music Store that prevented users from using a third-party program called PyMusique to buy songs, one of the program's authors has made changes that restores the software's ability to work.

By Peter Cohen at PC World.

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