A British consumer watchdog group is calling for an inquiry into U.K. iTunes' pricing practices. Apple's shocking crime? Not charging the same price for music in England as in France and Germany. Of course, iTunes still appears to charge less than other music download services there, but that won't make up for the pain of knowing that Parisians are getting a better deal still. So does the Virgin Megastore on the Champs-Elysees have to ask the same price for a Serge Gainsbourg album as the one in Picadilly charges for an Elton John CD?
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