Apple gives itself the right to change the iCloud terms and conditions at any time. The users are left without legal rights, according to the Norwegian Consumer Council, which today has lodged a complaint with the Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman.
Apple is facing a complaint from the Norwegian Consumer Council over the terms and conditions for its iCloud service, reports ZDNet.The consumer watchdog group claims the agreement violates the
Apple has been accused by the Norwegian Consumer Council of violating EU law because it reserves the right to change its terms and conditions of its iCloud service without telling clients.
May 28, 2014 · On the 13 th May 2014 the Norwegian Consumer Council lodged a complaint against Apple with Norway’s Consumer Ombudsman. According to the complaint, Apple’s iCloud service violates European consumer law by allowing Apple to change its terms and conditions at any time without giving notice to its customers.
On the 13th May 2014 the Norwegian Consumer Council lodged a complaint against Apple with Norway’s Consumer Ombudsman. According to the complaint, Apple’s iCloud service violates European consumer law by allowing Apple to change its terms and conditions at any time without giving notice to its customers.
«The most serious issue found in the study was Apple’s unilateral right to change the Agreement at any time, at their own discretion, and without giving users notice,» Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad, head of digital services set the council wrote in the formal complaint.
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Norwegian Marketing Law and the Council Directive 93/13/EEC on unfair terms in consumer contracts. The complaint is based on the discrepancies between Norwegian Law and the standard terms and conditions applicable to the Apple iCloud service (³the Agreement´ hereafter), as they
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iCloud Terms and Conditions. Welcome to iCloud. For more information regarding sharing your content purchases, please see the Apple Media Services Terms and Conditions at If you are a citizen of any European Union country or Switzerland, Norway or Iceland, the governing law and forum shall be the laws and courts of your usual place of