France is attempting to implement new legislation that would force Apple to open up the iTunes Music Store to devices other than iPod, reports Reuters. “Under a draft law expected to be voted in parliament on Thursday, consumers would be able to legally use software that converts digital content into any format,” notes the story. “It would no longer be illegal to crack digital rights management — the codes that protect music, films and other content — if it is to enable to the conversion from one format to another, said Christian Vanneste, Rapporteur, a senior parliamentarian who helps guide law in France.” In addition, the law would also mean that other online French music retailers would have to make iTunes songs available on their Web sites.