$300-Million Loss to eBook Pirates

A Forbes article says U.S. Publishers are losing $300-million annually to eBook Piracy. Then the paper drops the ball with a shrug regarding the reasons eBook Piracy is rife.

eBookRumors.com has been repeating this mantra for years: publishers need to lower prices on eBooks; make them more accessible by removing DRM; and break out of the proprietary formats that undercut all feelings of true ownership.

Consumers clearly feel ripped off by the people who sell them digital products. That’s why they’re so comfortable ripping off the publishers and authors in turn.

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Posted on July 29th, 2019
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