Bruce Willis wants to take Apple to court
September 3, 2012
Actor Bruce Willis is preparing to take Apple to court for its huge collection of digital music.
The actor of ‘Die Hard’, 57, wants to leave the collection to his daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, an inheritance.
But he learned that customers only borrow the tracks instead of owning them completely.
So any music library disappears when its owner dies.
Willis asked the consultants to create a trust holding their discharges, which apparently include classics by Beatles to Led Zeppelin.
The actor is also supporting legal moves to increase the rights of downloaders.
Apple may freeze the accounts of users if it thinks they share songs with others.