Engadget post time: April 25, 2013 at 02:15PM
Apple will have to pay three Chinese authors a total of $118,000 for stocking their books in its App Store without a proper say-so, according to China Daily. A court ruled that it was Apple’s job to verify that third-party uploads met copyright requirements and that it had the means to do so since all the books in question were best-sellers. Apple’s attorney declined to comment, but the court also suggested that similar online retailers should learn from the case “and improve their verification system” — bringing perhaps another headache to would-be e-book stores in that nation.
Source: China Daily
Reference source: Engadget