Bruce Willis obviously thinks pretty highly of his music collection, as he's said to be considering legal action against Apple to allow him proper ownership of his music -- so he can leave it to his children when he dies.
The bald action hero was shocked to discover that media purchased through iTunes isn't technically owned by the buyer, with Apple only licensing the tracks to users for personal listening. Should you get killed in a skyscraper lift shaft by a terrorist called Hans, your iTunes purchases expire and can't be transferred to others.
According to The Sun, Willis is investigating legal methods of getting around Apple's ownership restrictions, such as transferring rights to a trust. Which seems like a big fuss to make over a few Bryan Adams albums. [The Sun via Gizmodo Australia]
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