In order to purchase music from iTunes the consumer has to agree to a set of terms. After a review of these terms the Consumer Council of Norway found several of to be highly questionable.Link (Thanks, Jo!)
The Consumer Council of Norway find the terms to be unbalanced and highly in favour of iTunes as one party in the entered agreement.
- The consumer is granted few or no rights while iTunes provides itself with several unfair rights according to Waterhouse.
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