Almost 5,000 eBooks have been pulled from the the Kindle Store because of a change made to Independent Publishers Group's contract with the online seller. The move is a result of Amazon's demand for upfront payment from publishers, required to host their books on the store. [Paid Content]
Not really 100% on topic here, but question for you all... why don't we hear more about "book piracy"?
I can't throw a rock without hitting a story on music & movie downloads. But ebooks should be a fraction of the size, and easy to transfer thousands of them in the same time as a single movie.
What's the story here? Did it just not catch on?