Apple attacks plan to open iTunes:
"On Tuesday French lawmakers voted 296 to 193 in support of a law that would stop Apple, plus any other firm selling music downloads, using proprietary software to limit what people can do with tracks they have bought."On a Free Culture Forum panel today at Northeastern University, Lawrence Lessig said, "Go France!" when asked about this.
He says that despite thier, Rip/Mix/Burn advertising, Apple isn't being too nice by only letting iTunes songs play on iPods.