Apple clashed with kids-caught-in-conflict charity War Child last week when it appeared to go its own way on album pricing. The iTunes Music Store initially sold the new War Child album, Help: A Life in the Day, for two pounds less than the price demanded by the charity. When the organisation made its displeasure known, the …
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