Originally Posted by holymadness
1. You post incorrect information to support your point
2. That information is shown to be incorrect
3. You reply that it "depends on our definition" of what happened, and that it is besides the point anyway.
The information that supported my point was correct. I stated my point twice but you evidently missed it twice. The facts that lead to the speculation are what support my opinion, not the speculation itself. There was conflict and it eventually lead to Amazon offering a web app earlier this year to get around it. That doesn't seem to support your position that there isn't likely going to be any further issues going forward and that Apple always wants to give consumers what they want.
It's fine to disagree with my opinion, but please stop playing these childish games.