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August 22, 2008

China Says No to iTunes

iTunes is blocked in China because of a pro-Tibet compilation album for sale on the store.  So, instead of twisting Apple's arm to surgically remove the offending content (We must obey local laws in order to do business in China), the whole site becomes unavailable.  Oh well, do the Chinese really need to hear Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits?  More from the San Francisco Chronicle.  [MG]

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