A report on The Register today notes that the Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman has ruled that iTunes is breaking Norwegian law with its policies and practices, and has given the company two weeks to respond. “According to the ruling, iTunes breaks section 9a of the Norwegian Marketing Control Act, notes the story. “The regulator said it was not reasonable that the consumer must sign up to a contract regulated by English law, rather than Norwegian law. It also said iTunes must accept responsibility for damage its software may do, and said it is unreasonable to alter terms and conditions after a song has been sold.”