“People who bought iPods when levies were being imposed on digital music players will soon be able to get their money back, Apple Canada said Monday,” The Canadian Press reports.
“‘Apple is pleased that the Supreme Court of Canada let stand a lower court ruling that blank media levies on iPods are invalid, and will shortly announce a claims process so consumers can request a refund for the levies they paid,’ the statement from Apple said,” The Canadian Press reports. “Late last month, the Supreme Court of Canada backed the Federal Court of Canada decision quashing the levy on iPods and other digital music players.”
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