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+ - Sony categorizes U.S. Constitution as fiction->

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Eric Smith
Eric Smith writes "When you buy a Sony PRS-500 ebook reader, you get a credit to download 100 "classic" ebooks (public domain works, so Sony doens't ahve to pay royalties, though they still DRM them for our convenience). One of the available "books" is the U.S. Constitution, which according to the info page on the reader Sony has classified as "Fiction & Literature"."
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