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Old 08-04-2008, 03:20 AM   #3
llasram
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I think perhaps in some senses. So far publishers have only gone after book-pirates in a few isolated cases such as the Harry Potter novels. This means that the pool of available pirated e-books has only grown as people have OCRed and uploaded pirated texts. Unless either (a) publishers do something to utterly stop distribution of already-pirated texts or (b) people stop pirating new books, then yes -- the number of books available as pirated e-books will continue to increase.
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