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EU may force iTunes Store to accept returns

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 7 years ago

Music

Sweet Harmony (666) writes "The European Union may require online music stores to accept returns, according to Ars Technica. A review of European consumer protection laws has highlighted online sales of 'digital content services' as an area where existing consumer protection laws need to be harmonized. 'The EC would like to standardize cooling offer periods along with other aspects of the EU's consumer protection laws. One of the issues being considered is whether the rules on consumer sales should apply to "digital content services" like music.'"

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