From The Register
Apple is putting the screws to a handful of European newspapers, no longer allowing them to provide their paid print subscribers with free access to their content through downloads into iPad apps. Whether this is the beginning of a wider crackdown is not yet known.
"Apple verandert de regels terwijl het spel bezig is," Gert Ysebaert of the Belgian media group Corelio told De Tijd. If your Dutch is rusty, know that Ysebaert was expressing a sentiment that has been uttered in many a language: "Apple is changing the rules while the game is in progress."
According to Ysebaert and William De Nolf, director of new media at a second Belgian media group,Roularta, the two reasons that Apple is tightening its control over their provision of digital content to paid subscribers are ones that are also understood worldwide: money and power.
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You know, it's really not unreasonable for someone to expect to get their media in multiple ways if they pay for it. Netflix let's you stream to 6 different devices simultaneously. WB's dvds are coming with Digital Copy that lets you copy your movie to different places to watch it wherever you want. Even though it's their right, Apple is just being a really huge douche about it.