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A federal magistrate judge has ordered Apple's CEO to answer questions in a case involving an Apple user's complaint that the company linking the iPod to the iTunes Music Store illegally limited his buying options.
Thomas Slattery filed the complaint in 2005 after Apple updated iPods so they would block RealNetworks MP3s from playing on the system.
Jobs will be required to endure up to two hours of questioning on iTunes, medical leave and all.