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Old 08-13-2012, 07:42 AM   #26
alanHd
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Originally Posted by Billi View Post
Are you really sure of this?

I understand that for you personally it doesn't make a difference if you or someone else on your behalf copied and destroyed the physical book. But this company simply doesn't have a right to make and distribute digital copies of your or any physical book.
My statement about me not having a problem with it was meant if i did the actual transfer myself. Even if this is not legal by law to me that is perfectly acceptable.

I would never pay anyone to do it unless i knew it was legal to do so, thats why i asked on here. i understand the laws differ from country to country and to be honest i'm not in that much of a hurry where i am going to pay a lawyer for clarification.

For now i will enjoy those books in paperback.
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