Apple's forced addition of U2's new album "Songs of Innocence" to iTunes libraries has angered a lot of iPhone users ... but the move probably doesn't merit police action.
Twitter user @Selenamystic thought otherwise.
The Selena Gomez fan tweeted at the Toronto Police Service last week, asking why the band's album had been added without her permission.
Why has apple put a U2 album in my music without my permission @TorontoPolice— sels (@selenamystic) September 12, 2014
The police took the time to reply, offering a brief explanation.
.@selenamystic I don't think this qualifies as a police matter... ;) ^vk— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) September 16, 2014
No, contacting legal authorities is not the solution to this particular problem.
But if @selsmystic is still mad, Apple has created a way to delete the album.
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