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Old 07-20-2017, 06:36 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Inukami View Post
That is strange. I actually do get prices from amazon.au. Or least when I did a test, I did. I wonder why I do but you don't...
Probably because you were logged into Amazon and I wasn't.

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Originally Posted by Inukami View Post
[. . .]Regarding insuring the ebooks, I don't see why you couldn't include it in your home contents insurance.
If your home was rented you wouldn't/couldn't insure it. As a general rule one can only insure items in which one has equity.

If one purchases a printed book at Dymocks one has equity in that copy of that book, hence one can lawfully sell it to Goulds, or put it into a streetside library for others to read. But putting an ebook on eBay or giving it to a passer-by is most likely unlawful because the right to read is non-transferable.

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[. . .] But then if they can be found on the cloud (Amazon/iBooks) then you probably wouldn't need insurance would you as can always get them back...
Precisely

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