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September 12, 2012
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More Finger-Pointing in the E-Book Price Wars
Observant e-book buyers have mailed to let me know that some of the effects of the e-book price-fixing settlement are starting to be seen. When you buy e-books now in some online stores (notably Amazon) you can see text stating that the book's price is "set by the publisher" or "sold by $publishername." Other e-books, from companies that signed the settlement, are starting to come down in price as well. If you see something interesting in this space do drop me a note.
posted by Alan Wexelblat |
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