In January, Apple announced that they were going to all but destroy the DRM protections on iTunes. Now, that move is starting to pay some dividends, and not just in sales.
Norway has decided to drop its legal case against Apple over the management of the iTunes/iPod system now that DRM is out of the picture. The other EU countries are expected to follow suit shortly.
While settling legal complaints over the iTunes store in Europe is probably not at the top of the list of things concerning Apple's executive staff at the moment, it has to be a bit of a relief to get it out of the way.
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