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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