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iTunes credit card blunders are big in Japan

Japanese regulators are summoning Apple execs to their offices to give the Cupertino company a strict dressing down following complaints that iTunes has billed customers for downloads they never made, officials said Monday.

Officials are angry as in at least 95 cases in Japan involving five major credit card companies, iTunes customers say they have sometimes been charged

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