“Ines Lenzi loves listening to tunes on her sleek, stylish iPod. What she hates is when the batteries run out after only three hours of play,” Allison Hanes reports for The Montreal Gazette. “The Montreal woman this week decided to take a step down the trail blazed recently by a group of fellow followers of the digital music craze in California. She filed an action in Quebec Superior Court seeking certification for a class action lawsuit against Apple Canada Inc., the maker of the iconic iPod.”
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