Apple appears to have admitted that it did in fact silently delete music bought from Real Networks and others. The class-action lawsuit alleges that your iPod would stop working if you used Real, forcing you to reset the device.
But, when it came back, your non-Apple music would be gone. Apple execs argue that this was perfectly acceptable, because to do anything else would be, err, “confusing.” BTW, it’s most certainly not Saint Steve’s fault. Oh no.
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