I just tried to log into my Itune application. I got a pop up message about some new license agreement with Apple and Itune. It had two options. Agree to the new terms or decline to the new terms. I decided to declined to the new terms associated with Itune. Then mysteriously, I was locked out of my Itunes application. Now, I consider myself a rather reasonable Individual. I don't mind being locked out from accessing a website, if it is justified. but, to be locked out of an application already installed on my home computer does not fit very well with my constitution. Does anyone besides me think it is wrong for Apple/Itune to be able to lock you out of an application already installed on your computer, besides me? In my opinion, this is akin to malware or a rootkit being installed on my home computer, so it can be controlled by others without my permission others as in nefarious hackers. Don't get me wrong, I am not associating Apple with hackers. If I did, I would not have been a loyal customer of Apple since the introduction of the Mac Classic. But something this time seems amiss, and it is tendering on nefarious.... I mean, do you think it is alright for Apple/Itune to be able to control an application already installed on your own home computer? For the record, I don't. Anyone want to chime in with their opinion, feel free?