E-book 'buyers' have few rights

  • Article by: MICHAEL HILTZIK , Los Angeles Times
  • Updated: January 8, 2013 - 9:56 AM

Buyers don't have an unlimited right to lend an e-book, give it away, resell it or leave it to heirs. And the seller can take it back without warning.

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waterdogzJan. 8, 1312:01 PM

This is a scary problem. It hasn't become a big issue yet, but I think it will. If people don't fight this within the next couple years, it may be too late to change things. I would rather not say we need regulation to address it, but who knows.

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drphun11Jan. 9, 13 7:59 AM

It's just BULL you buy it you should own it. It just a how you get it and read it. This is not a rental service that you would pay a buck for. What happen to our rights?

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