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Old 05-24-2008, 12:28 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Argel View Post
I wouldn't be so sure. If Amazon win the case, what is to stop them doing the same to small publishers when it comes to ebooks i.e. you can only publish in Mobipocket and on the Kindle if you agree not to publish in other formats.
Amazon is doing nothing of the kind. Perhaps you should go reread the original thread on this topic. All they are saying is that POD books bought on Amazon need to be dilevered via the Amazon POD service. Then, they don't even require that if you agree to ship a small amount of stock to them, then they will treat it like any other warehoused book.

Nothing of the above says you can't sell the book somewhere else and use another POD service at all.

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