Apple has revamped several forms and tools on its site that developers or content producers can use to submit copyright claims for their apps or content. The form to submit disputes based on apps is a brand new one, as pointed out by iOS developer Brad Larson on Twitter. We’re not exactly sure when the changes were made, but we’ve spoken to other developers who have used them recently and they’re definitely updated. The biggest new form is probably the iTunes Content Dispute tool that is now set up especially for claims related to apps. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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