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Worried About Ebook Theft? Here's The Whole Story – In Pictures

Posted at 7:38AM Friday 04 Jul 2014

The issue of ebook piracy, whether a serious concern or just an obsession with media owners, simply won't go away. And UK infographic design studio NeoMam Studios has just released a handy infographic on the subject, that lays it all out for you in black and white – plus blue and a little pink.

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