There are no plans to offer the extensive back catalog of the Beatles online, BBC News reports. The decision was made by the band’s record label Apple Corps, which is also presently suing Apple over the use of its name and the iTunes Music Store. Geoff Baker, a spokesman for Apple Corps, said: “We have no plans at the moment to go online.” When asked why the former band members were not putting their music online, he added: “I do not think there is any reason for it at all.”