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Old 09-17-2012, 08:55 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by taustin View Post
Depends on where you are, but yes, generally speaking, it certainly is. It is most certainly a violation of the contract you agreed to when you bought the book. A contract is like a promise; in return for something you want now, you promise to act in a certain way later. If you don't keep your promise, people think very poorly of you. They might even consider you dishonest.
But a contract is not a law, and violating one is not illegal.

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I explained that because you seem a little fuzzy on the concept.
Um.
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