On 2009-07-20, Erik Funkenbusch <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Jul 2009 09:40:12 -0400, Bob Hauck wrote:
>> So Amazon basically made the worst possible call in terms of customer
>> service. It wasn't the customer's fault that the books were not legal,
>> and if they had been physical books it would have been impossible to
>> retrieve them.
> It may not be impossible to retrieve them. For instance, if the customer
> paid for the book with a credit card or paypal or any other kind of
> electronic payment (which is the only way to buy anything from Amazon
> anyways), the customer could be sued by the rights holder to turn over his
Can you point to a single occurence of such a thing ever?
If it were really about "being good", then Microsoft would |||
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the Linux kernel was ever written.