An Apple executive on Monday downplayed recent questions over the resale policy of songs downloaded from the company’s iTunes Music Store. “Apple’s position is that it is impractical, though perhaps within someone’s rights, to sell music purchased online,” Peter Lowe, Apple’s director of marketing for applications and services, told CNET Lowe’s comments came after eBay last week canceled an auction that sought to resell a song that was purchased through the iTunes Store, saying the attempted sale violated its auction listing policies.