Can you sell back kindle books

Can you resell kindle books - Boing boing's cory doctorow put it in a blog post yesterday:This fine print will always have a clause that says you are a mere tenant farmer of your books, and not their owner, and your right to carry around your "purchases" (which are really conditional licenses, despite misleading buttons labeled with words like "buy this with one click" — i suppose "conditionally license this with one click" is deemed too cumbersome for a button) can be revoked without notice or explanation (or, notably, refund) at any time. Was curious if there was any merit to my idea of attempting to hold retailers to these "truth in buttons" terms, so i asked intellectual property attorney seth greenstein, who wrote about about case law for reselling e-books a couple years back, if the notion held water. Trade-inarts & photographybiographies & memoirsbusiness & moneycalendarschildren's bookschristian books & biblescomics & graphic novelscomputers & technologycookbooks, food & winecrafts, hobbies & homeeducation & teachingengineering & transportationgay & lesbianhealth, fitness & dietinghistoryhumor & entertainmentlawliterature & fictionmedical booksmystery, thriller & suspenseparenting & relationshipspolitics & social sciencesreferencereligion & spiritualityromancescience & mathscience fiction & fantasyself-helpsports & outdoorsteen & young adulttest preparationtravelrefine byformatpaperbackhardcoverlarge printprinted access codeloose leafaudio cdboard bookauthorwizards rpg teamf. Take a case i litigated in which lexmark placed a “single use” type of restriction on its cartridge boxes attempting to prevent its aftermarket competitors from refurbishing and refilling cartridges and selling them for far less than the price of a new cartridge.

My Kindle Books Stopped Selling! Help?

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