|04-06-2006, 06:08 PM||#1|
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Piracy and the future of e-books
Don't miss our on-going discussion on the impact of piracy, in particular the illegal scanning and OCR'ing of copyright-protected content, on the future success of e-books. Many people have zero tolerance approaches towards piracy, yet others argue that piracy can be just as constructive as it can be destructive. The argument goes that piracy places firms in a highly competitive environment and pushes them to innovate, ultimately resulting in better and more consumer-friendly products (this from the autobiography of the Apple iPod). We are interested to hear your opinion on this delicate topic.
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