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Old 07-24-2012, 12:13 AM   #70
Edward M. Grant
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Originally Posted by MidnightBlue View Post
This agreement was before eBooks. How is income from eBooks relevant now?
If you'd gone back to the previous page, you would have read:

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The 1990-2004 standard form publishing agreements provided that the Plaintiffs were to be paid 50% of the net receipts of the "Publisher" from the exercise, sale, or license of digital rights to their works.
And e-books were around well before 2004.
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