ATLANTA (CNN) -- Rumors are flying that Hollywood actor Bruce Willis is considering suing technology giant, Apple.
According to British tabloid 'The Daily Mail', he's doing it over the rights to his private iTunes account. He reportedly wants to make sure his online music collection goes to his daughters, when he dies.
Under iTunes' current terms and conditions, when users pay for songs and albums, they are essentially only 'borrowing' them. Other online music retailers, such as Amazon and Google's Android Marketplace, impose similar legal restrictions on downloads.
Though Willis's wife has reportedly dismissed the lawsuit claims- it raises some serious questions about what happens to the products we own online, when we die. CLICK HERE
to check out the CNN article "What you should know about iTunes' 56-page legal terms."