Actor Bruce Willis is considering taking Apple to court to enable him to be able to leave his digital music collection to his daughters in his will, reports the Daily Mail.
Music downloaded from Apple’s iTunes store is not owned by the downloader, but is ‘leased’ under a licence. Apple doesn’t permit this music to be passed on to anyone else, including as an inheritance.
Mr Willis has reportedly spent a considerable amount of money on his music collection and wants to be able to bequeath it to his daughters.
According to the Daily Mail, he is looking into whether a family trust is one way round the problem.