Judge: Apple Conspired To Drive Up E-Book Prices

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Vol 49 Issue 28

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A recent study by Purdue University has found that, contrary to popular thinking, drinking diet soda doesn’t aid in weight loss, and that its consumption can actually increase the likelihood of obesity and development of precursors to diabetes, card...

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Judge: Apple Conspired To Drive Up E-Book Prices

A federal judge this week found Apple, Inc. guilty of conspiring with publishers to drive up the price of e-books by undercutting Amazon.com’s dominance of the digital books market, a decision that legal experts say may change the way books are priced and distributed online. What do you think?

  • “It just goes to show that people who pay for things are suckers.”

    Jen Parsons
    Wallpaper Designer
  • “This kind of malfeasance is inevitable when you consider all the money to be made in book publishing.”

    Dave Robinson
    Systems Analyst
  • “Companies need to stop breaking the law.”

    Amos Hardrict
    Field Trip Supervisor
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