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Australian parliament launches probe into Apple price gouging, as Apple TV hits Brazil for $211

Apple and other technology companies will soon be asked to answer to Australian Parliament regarding why content from iTunes costs more to Australian consumers than U.S. consumers. The Sydney Morning Herald reported the Minister for Communications Stephen Conroy has now signed off on a parliamentary inquiry that will be carried out sometime this year by [...]
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