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Dear Apple -
While it is true that I have in the past purchased iPods, and in one case a desktop computer from you, I have never been even the least bit interested in purchasing music, videos, or other content from your on-line store. Quite aside from the fact that I don't like the way you sell these things, the DRM and the proprietary nature of your gear and software; I simply have no need of your store. I have even less need of your weekly "New Music Tuesday" electronic mail. Why? Because I don't like new music, I don't like your music store, and I don't buy music from you.
Even though I have selected to unsubscribe several times from these messages, you seem intent on continuing to send them to me. If you weren't Apple, this would be spam. It clearly can't be because we're all supposed to be in awe of your marketing prowess. Still, these messages are unwanted and unhelpful. If I have ever given you any click-through acceptance or checkbox indication that I want these emails from you, please consider this message to be my notice rescinding that permission.
Please go away, Apple. I will not be using your iTunes music store.
(Sent to Apple's customer service address).
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