Italian Government Suing Apple For $1.2 Million For Misleading Consumers


The Italy anti-trust authority has filed a 900,000 Euro ($1.2 million) fine against Apple Inc. for misleading consumers on assistance services and guarantees on their products. Supposedly Apple had given “unclear information” on payments for additional assistance offered to their customers. They also had not fully implemented a two-year guarantee by the producer. [AFP

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