Print books turning Intangible goods via Online Piracy, CAN THEN E-BOOKS MAKE THE REVERSE SHIFT?

Print books turning Intangible goods via Online Piracy, CAN THEN E-BOOKS MAKE THE REVERSE SHIFT?

 

A recent study by Australian Neuroscientists, as reported in the TorrentFreak, says that people don't generally feel guilty while pirating books online because the book (be it Print in scan or E-book as a file) looks intangible good here. So the new question is: Can Ebooks uplift themselves to the Tangible status online?

12 May 2016

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Welcome to www.newnaturalupload.n.nu.

QUOTATION

"Book piracy has only just begun."

— Ewan Morrison (2011)

EXTRA T.O.C. (Table Of Contents)

ONLINE PIRACY

P-BOOK VS E-BOOK

FUTURE

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