Textbook publishers get $2.6 million victory in piracy case

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Textbook publishers get $2.6 million victory in piracy case

Postby cheap-textbooks » Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:49 pm

Cengage, John Wiley, Pearson Education, and McGraw-Hill announced this week a settlement with 5 textbook distributors charged with violating the publishers ' copyrights by selling bootlegged textbooks. "We hope that those settlements send a powerful message the textbook publishers won't permit people who profit from the sale of fake works to pocket that money," related the publishers ' lawyer Matt Oppenheim, of the firm Oppenheim and Zebrak.

Oppenheim declared the fake textbooks were sold thru varsity and main street bookstores and direct to customers thru the Web. The distributors purchased the books either from overseas producers or, as in the case of Davis Textbook, thru U.S. Sources that got them from overseas. "There are, sadly, a bunch of people and enterprises out there who have come to a decision to earn a crust off the backs of bonafide publishers," Oppenheim claimed.

"The publishers do not really wish to be in the business of chasing counterfeiters... ".

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Re: Textbook publishers get $2.6 million victory in piracy c

Postby rsgold09 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:45 pm

Which is Brookshier's aspect. This individual obviously did not understand things roughly place Mul-trick.

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