China Playing Unfair with iTunes, Say Users
Apple iTunes customers in China have reportedly complained that they have been denied access to iTunes store and received error messages while trying to connect to the Web site.
news of possible denial of access to iTunes came after a controversy broke out last week over a pro-Tibet album available on iTunes Web site.
According to an Apple official quoted in the report, iTunes does not give access to its U.S. store from outside the country, but many users argue that they were able to access the digital music store from many locations in China prior to this controversy.
According to a message published in China.org, government’s official Internet Information Center, Chinese citizens find the album titled Ã¢â‚¬Å“Songs of TibetÃ¢â‚¬Â offensive, and they have called for a boycott of all Apple products, including iPhone.
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