Apple found not guilty in anti-competition class action suit
December 17 , 2014
A jury in California has found tech giant Apple not guilty of indulging in anti-competitive behavior.
The class action suit was linked to Apple's update to its iTunes software in 2006 which effectively meant that music bought from the store could only be played on iPods.
Consumers sued Apple for $350 million in damages, claiming this was in violation of American antitrust laws.
The trial included emails that were sent by Steve Jobs, the Apple founder, before his death.