Posted Wednesday, July 29, 2015 11:31 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The European Union has said it is investigating whether Disneyland Paris is overcharging customers from certain countries in breach of the bloc’s laws. The European commission said it had received several complaints about the theme park east of the French capital.
Read more from The Guardian.
Hmmm, You'd think the Greece issues would eclipse this. Isn't there a lower level body that could investigate this?
^Elizabeth Ouarren could head up their Consumer Financial Protection Bureau...note that bureau is already spelled in a manner acceptable to the French... :~P
You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)
This seems a fairly clear cut violation of European law to me. Presumably there will be fines involved.
(It's worth noting that the price of Adobe Creative Suite is standardised across Europe to comply with this law, which is why I haven't bought it; it's actually quite a bit more expensive than the US, because of "localisation costs" – a bit irritating when my first language is English!)
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