Apple hit with lawsuit for allegedly counting promotional clips as episodes for its iTunes season pass
According to the class-action lawsuit, "consumers purchase the Season Features, reasonably believing that each episode is a standard, plot-based episode and that, by purchasing the Season Features, they are receiving a significant discount over purchasing each episode individually. However, because many of the episodes in the Season Features are promotional clips, consumers are not receiving the number of episodes and the discount they expected."
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