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Ups and downs for iTunes in Europe

France enacts its controversial, and now watered-down, law as regulators in Scandinavia scrutinize the music service.

France enacts its controversial, and now watered-down, law as regulators in Scandinavia scrutinize the music service.

France's diluted iTunes plan becomes law

But Socialist Party still hopes to revise it, likely forcing copyright-protecting tech to be freely interoperable.
August 4, 2006

Norwegian watchdog scrutinizes iTunes DRM

Consumer council accuses Apple of unfair practices. Apple says it's protecting the interests of musicians.
August 3, 2006

blog It's not just Norway--Sweden and Denmark have their eye on iTunes as well.
August 1, 2006

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