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Comment: no ebook version.... (Score 1) 63 63

Commenting on old slashdot article....

My new for 2010 mantra - if I can't read the book on a modern eBook reader (kindle/nook/etc) or their pc/ipod/iphone/blackberry software equivalent, then I'm not buying... It's time the publishers and authors worked all that out and moved on to the 21st century...

Comment: Re:The Bigger Problem (Score 1) 446 446

The DMCA applies only to copyrighted works, not registered trademarks - note the "Copyright" in the acronym....

This can be taken in several ways - one that the DMCA can't be used to force a provider to remove their clients content or be subject to being participative in the act, but then again the protections for the providers are not there if their customer infringe a trademark either...

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