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Old 08-12-2012, 11:46 PM   #17
AndrewH
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Originally Posted by cfrizz View Post
Wait a minute aren't there companies out there right now that are making pdfs of our old books for a fee or have they been shut down? The paper book gets destroyed but you have a pdf to put on your ereader or convert it to word doc to print off if you want.

So long as that pdf remains in your custody, I don't see a problem with it.
Me either. Though the original post was asking if it was ethical to copy a library book, if the means of copying affects the ethics of making the copy, and if it is then ethical to upload the copy to "the network" (the OP's way of saying "the internet"). To which my answers would be the same as pdurrant's.
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