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eBook Revolution Headlines – March 14, 2012

CNNMoney posted on Encyclopedia Britannica’s decision to stop printing their once ubiquitous tomes in favor of going digital.

TechCrunch updates us on PayPal’s recent foray in censorship. They’ve chosen a slightly less draconian approach.

The Telegraph.co.uk says eBooks have made reading sexy again. (Did it used to be sexy?)

The CorporateCounsel reports that publishers are preparing strategies to confront eBook Pirates. (Lower prices? I doubt it…)

The BroadcastNewsRoom has a story on eBookIt.com’s launch of Audiobook distribution through Audible.com.

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