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Old 02-07-2008, 10:22 AM   #7
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What do the presidential candidates bring to the table as far as ebooks go? Entertainment, at least. Most of the candidates have books out which are available as ebooks. And there are the related books by comedians, pundits, and others which are selling well now. I'm tempted to buy Stephen Colbert's book "I Am America (And So Can You!)". I can't imagine any of the candidates think at all about ebooks, DRM, etc. And I assume any legislative move that would relate to ebooks would come rather quietly through Congress as part of a larger bill to beef up copyright laws or to strengthen internet security in order to further protect the poor, down-trodden music and publishing businesses.
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