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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).

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