HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STAR Bruce Willis is apparently considering legal action against Apple because its Itunes terms and conditions mean that if he dies, his music collection dies with him.
A report on the celebrities, swimsuits and diet fads news website the Daily Mail says that the Die Hard star is pretty ticked off with the Apple T's and C's and is ready to start talking with lawyers about it.
At issue is the wording of Apple's conditions. These say that users have only borrowed the music as opposed to having bought it.
Bruce, who probably thought that paying for music tracks is the same as buying them, is keen to leave his collection of digital music to his three daughters and is about to get adversarial with the cappuccino company.
One option at Willis's disposal would be to put his music into some sort of trust, we read, while another would be to copy it all to CDs and hope that no one finds out.
Another, more risky one, would be to strip down to a vest and run around the airducts of a building in his bare feet. This is unlikely to have any impact on who owns his music collection, however.
We have asked the Apple PR machine to comment on a story from the Daily Mail about a Hollywood star complaining about the terms and conditions of buying tracks from its music store. µ
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