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Old 08-18-2007, 04:32 AM   #25
HarryT
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Originally Posted by ZeBuddha View Post
As a matter of fact, downloading books might be illegal in the US, but it's not the case in Europe.
Not in the UK, it isn't.

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What I would like to see one day is a sort of eLibrary... a yearly subscription (or a SMALL per-book fee) and ebook-files with a limited lifespan.
Sony tried the "expiring content" DRM model with the original Librie - it was a disaster. People just don't want content which disappears.
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