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Comment: Re:Actually a competitor sold out ... (Score 1) 143

by clgoh (#42640531) Attached to: How Apple Killed an iTunes Competitor

Is that really so simple? Does selling a company (with paying customers) free me of all my contractual obligations to these customers? If Apple sold iTunes to Google, Google would be free to shut everything down in 5 months, killing everyone's music collections??

Their customers should have sued them for everything they got in that deal...

Apple could shut down everything, without prior notice. And it wouldn't be a violation of its contractual obligations, since the users agreed to it (the TOS).

The tao that can be tar(1)ed is not the entire Tao. The path that can be specified is not the Full Path.

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