I had hopes for France, but not much seems to be coming of that. But now Norway is stepping up to the plate, and is demanding action fast.

Aside from the DRM issues, I like that they’re complaining that Apple “reserves the right to change unilaterally consumers’ rights to access material already purchased.” Yes, that sounds like bad behavior to me. And “that iTunes has tried to impose English law on the contract” – hardly unreasonable for Norway to be nonplussed by that.

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