In a class action lawsuit nearly a decade in the making, Apple will appear this morning in the Oakland, California courtroom of U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers. Apple, accused of taking a monopolistic approach to digital music downloads, will be answering to years worth of anti-competitive claims against them in the California Federal Court. In a twist of irony, Steve Jobs' past email correspondence and video deposition could be the iceberg that sinks Apple's ship. Should the jury finds them to be in violation of the federal antitrust law, the verdict could come with a price tag up to...

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