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Old 08-23-2010, 05:08 PM   #1
speakingtohe
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Can you give/sell an ebook reader legally with books

I am considering replacing my Sony PRS - 600 and while I may keep it I will probably give it to another family member or sell it.

If I have purchased ADE books and have read them can I remove them from my computer and leave them on the ereader legally?

Morally and ethically I do not see it as different than lending someone my ebook reader but my viewpoint may be wrong.

I would not be looking to make a profit on the books themselves, but it would make for an added value gift or probably result in a quicker sale.

I live in Canada so no one is likely to take me to court as the laws are not clearly defined but I would like to know anyway.

Helen
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