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Old 11-07-2010, 02:45 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by SensualPoet View Post
Nonsense. Amazon's terms of service are clearly defined in your account agreement. No one is pulling the wool over anyone's eyes.
Agreed (about Amazon). B&N however, have nothing to say in their terms about anything one might do after buying their ebooks. Feel free to correct me in this respect. I write this with the understanding that we are talking solely about the terms as defined by the seller when I purchase the book (of course, this includes any terms listed anywhere else on their website - I'm being overly generous of course, since B&N actually doesn't show you any terms at the point of sale).
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