> It was only -the- most publicized case of 2000.
> | Nevertheless I greatly appreciate all of your time and feelings on the
> | discussion.
While I appreciate the link and, as a scientist, I would be the first to
say that I have no legal expertise whatsoever, I do not see how a ruling on
MP3's tranlates to a governing law on e-books. I suppose because of my
background I would need to see a ruling that either links MP3's to e-books,
or a specific ruling on e-books itself. Also, please forgive me but I do
not consider wired.com an authoritative source as I was expecting something
with what I consider to be a bit more legitamacy. Do you per chance know
the cite to the court case itself?
Evenso thanks for trying, I appreciate it.
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