Bruce Willis may sue over iTunes music ownership
Bruce Willis could take Apple to court over the right to leave his iTunes library to his daughters in his will.
According to the Daily Mail, the Die Hard star is concerned the rights to his music collection will be passed back to Apple, entitling his children to nothing. Willis' lawyers are currently looking at the possibility of setting up "family trusts" to act as legal holders of the downloaded music. The Cupertino based company has not made a comment.
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