James Pinkstone, director of studio and operations at Atlanta-based design firm Vellum, had 122 gigabytes worth of music stolen from his computer by Apple and replaced with inferior "streaming only" editions of the very same songs. As strange as this event sounds initially, it's actually just the latest problem in a long list of incidents regarding Apple Music's less than stellar first year in service.
Is Apple overstepping its boundaries and invading the digital rights of its customers by deleting media on end user devices without express consent? Are we really heading toward an Apple-induced Orwellian future as Pinkstone suggests? Check out the full-length piece below on how Apple "stole" 20 years' worth of music from him and decide for yourself.