quote: Imagine that you were about to walk into a shop in California and they told you "You're from Oregon, so we refuse to let you in. Go to our shop in Oregon instead, and pay 50% extra". Perhaps that's legal in the USA. In the EU it is not.
quote: When I got to the shop in California, they'd happily sell me goods from their shop at their prices.
quote: And that is precisely what Apple is required to do. They are free to have different shops in different languages for different countries, with different prices.
quote: But even if shop A didn't ship to country X, it would still need to be accessible by citizens from country X.