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Printing downloaded eBook legal ?
2 projects | /r/legaladvice | 20 Dec 2021
Alright I see, so the first book has this License. From what I've read there, I could print it, right ?2 projects | /r/legaladvice | 20 Dec 2021
Hi there, am I allowed to print free PDF eBooks that one can find on the internet, at a service like lulu.com (since I prefer a physical book over reading from a screen)? I've heard that it is pirating when printing eBooks that you must buy. How can I tell if I am allowed to print it ? (Usually these are technical books and documentation like for example This Book or That book which also is sold as printed copy). So am I allowed to print both of these books myself (lulu.com)? And how can I find it out myself for the future ? Thanks in regards
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