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  • Apple Says It Won't Use Strong Arm Tactics for Content on Apple Music


    Picture Tim Cook assuming the role of Don Corleone in the Godfather, making artists and labels offers they can't refuse in order to be a part of Apple Music. And if they do refuse? There won't be a horse's head in their bed, but their access to iTunes will be cut off.

    That scenario described above is all fantasy, of course. Or so says Apple, which denies using strong arm tactics or iTunes-related threats to get its way and score as much content as possible for the company's forthcoming streaming music service.

    A new report from Rolling Stone asserts that Apple isn't making Mafia-like (though non-violent) threats to music industry professionals.

    Despite reports to the contrary, an Apple representative tells Rolling Stone that the company is not threatening to remove music from its iTunes Store by artists who do not sign up for its new streaming service Apple Music.
    "It will not be taken off," an Apple spokesperson is quoted in today's report.

    Capice?

    Source: Rolling Stone
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Says It Won't Use Strong Arm Tactics for Content on Apple Music started by Michael Essany View original post
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      Christophxr -
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