[free-sklyarov] Disappearing eBooks - but not inmates?

Jon O . jono at microshaft.org
Tue Aug 7 11:21:03 PDT 2001

Be sure to check the Reciprocal "How it works" section:

You need a permit to read that book. And don't miss
section 6 "An audit record is sent back to Reciprocal...
generates tracking reports..."

Ever feel like you're being watched...?

On 07-Aug-2001, Kurt Foss wrote:
> In light of the press release item "RosettaBooks Launches First
> 'Timed' eBook" we just posted on our Planet eBook site, a possible
> punishment of five years in prison seems a bit harsh in light of the
> rapid changes in technologies these days. Someone like Sklyarov could
> be still idling away in the slammer while the copyright protection
> scheme he was able to outwit may have long since ceased to exist.
> Read about the tech demo that allows an eBook to be set to
> self-destruct after a specified period of time at:
> http://www.planetebook.com/mainpage.asp?webpageid=201
> rgds ~ Kurt
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