Brussels to Grill Apple on iTunes Pricing

The EC says Apple's requirement that users shop at the online store tied to the country of their credit card's origin leads to different prices for the same music

The European Commission will this week meet with consumer icon Apple and major record companies over allegations that Apple's online music store iTunes restricts consumer choice within the 27-member Union, which is against the EU's legal principle of free competition.

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