JoshuaInNippon writes: Apple has been sent a public letter by the Japanese government's Consumer Affairs Agency regarding its security policies and plans relating to iTunes. According to the Agency, they have been receiving an increasing number of complaints from iTunes users about fraudulent charges to their credit cards from the store; in many cases the amounts are in the hundreds to thousands of dollars worth of song purchases that the users claim they never purchased. The public letter asked Apple to explain to what extend it is aware of the problems and concerns being raised, and what the company is and will be doing about it, among other questions.
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