Due to Copyright Infringement, all references to the Buying and/or Selling of e-Books and Product CD's will be ceased. Any posts in regards to this issue will be deleted.
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#1. "RE: e-Book & Product CD's" | In response to Reply # 0
sondick1 Nikonian since 16th Dec 2003Wed 17-Nov-04 09:25 PM
Just curious - If one wanted to sell a computer with "Windows XP" and advertised it as such that's fine. If I own an "E-book" and want to sell it, what is the problem?
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#3. "RE: e-Book & Product CD's" | In response to Reply # 2
Delta5 Nikonian since 16th Jan 2006Mon 20-Nov-06 12:09 PM
>Probably nothing if you sold it with the computer.
. . and if the computer motherboard got fried, and you decided to buy a new PC with Vista, you shouldn't sell your now useless-to-yourself genuine copy of XP? Or would it be okay as long as you sell it with a dead computer . . ?
Jokes aside, I'd be interested to know a bit more about how it actually infringes copyright if you are not selling a copy.
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