Hollywood actor Bruce Willis is said to be considering legal action against Apple in an attempt to battle the tech giant's ‘borrowing under licence’ rule.
The restriction means that music bought through iTunes shouldn’t be shared, with Apple reserving the right to freeze the iTunes accounts of those it believes to be passing on music to others. Wilis, however, wishes to leave 'thousands of dollars worth' of downloaded music to his daughters in his will.
The Die Hard actor is reportedly considering asking his legal team to establish family trusts as the ‘holders’ of his downloaded music, so that he can pass on his digital music collection legitimately.
Success on Willis' part could change the restriction rules for the millions who have purchased songs from Apple’s iTunes Store.
Source: Daily Mail