Apple's new iTunes Content Dispute form helps iOS developers protect their work
Apple seeks to protect its app developers
Speaking of infringements, Apple has also changed the way that copyright infringement charges in iTunes are electronically submitted. This form covers content in iTunes that is not an app such as movies or music. Not everyone is happy with how Apple has handled its own IP battles in court, especially those who favor the Android OS and Samsung in particular. Still, we think everyone can agree that protecting developers, many of whom are not making money, is the right thing to do.
source: Apple, TheNextWeb via TUAW
The iTunes Content Dispute Form is to be used by developers who believe their IP has been infringed upon