Bruce Willis Sues Apple Over His iTunes Library [Updated]

Bruce Willis Sues Apple Over His iTunes Library [Updated]
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What do you want to leave to your family when you die? Your car? Your laptop? Your collection of amazing pornography? For movie star Bruce Willis, it’s his iTunes Library. It seems he finally got around to actually reading his iTunes Terms of Service and is now suing Apple for the rights to his library, which technically he’s only “borrowing”.

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Update: We’ve been had.

According to The Sun, Wills wants to leave his collection of sweet beats and smooth grooves to his three daughters, Rumer, Scout and Tallulah.

He’s decided to sue Apple for the rights to his library. As one does. He’s only following the example Apple seem to have set for dealing with problems, at least? [The Sun]