(CNN) - Those who want to bequeath their vast music collections to their children can give them their records, but can’t give them their iTunes songs.
A story picked up by CNN that originally appeared in the Daily Mail highlights the plight of actor Bruce Willis, who, the article says , could sue Apple for the ability to transfer his thousands of iTunes songs to his kids.
Willis, or anyone else wanting to pass along their music collection would face many legal hurdles, as Apple requires music downloaders to agree to a contract limiting to who and how often the music can be shared.
At the core, Apple’s agreement doesn’t give those downloading the music ownership of the song, but rather the license to play the song on specific devices.
Apple did not provide comment in the Daily Mail’s story.
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