Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 23 Nov 2017.
That darn EU and their red tape, how dare they protect consumers from unjustified discrimination.
sounds like steam would be in trouble unless they let people order different regions.
Dude, come on, that's addressed right there in the article. I quote:
You can refuse to deliver it to me, that's fine, but you can't stop me driving over the border and picking it up (or sending a courier).
That is not what those rules are about.
It is about companies that do business in multiple countries no longer being able to force you to shop in a specific store any more.
Under the old rules Apple can redirect a customer in France who tries to access itunes Germany to itunes France.
Under the new rules Apple can not redirect a customer in France who tries to access itunes Germany to itunes France.
But it has nothing to do with rules about Apple having to business with that customer in the first place.
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