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Old 10-24-2012, 04:16 AM   #102
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Originally Posted by ottdmk View Post
Now, it's true that a case can be made for right of sale for used ebooks. Don't see that happening anytime soon either. It's the lending problem but worse: how can you ever know that the individual has actually sold *their* copy of the book, and not a copy they made?
The same applies to CDs. How can one ever be sure that the person selling the CD hasn't kept a copy of the CD?
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