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Tolino bücher illegal downloaden

By pierre.shaun@gmail.com | In Uncategorized | on June 23, 2020

On my commute to work, I am astounded by the number of people whose eyes are glued to their screens. Increasingly, many of us are not on our smartphones or tablet PCs, we`re reading e-books on various devices, including Amazon`s Kindle or Germany`s answer to it, Tolino. But overwhelmingly, most respondents owned up to pirating books not because of cost, but ease. Doctors, accountants and professionals described themselves as well-off, but said they pirated books to “pre-read” them, because they often felt dissatisfied with a book after purchase. “I have paid for some truly terrible books and regretted it – thanks to piracy, I can read first. I’ll buy if it was good enough that I kept reading it,” said one. Another said he’d pirated around 100,000 books in “a few hours” and donated all his physical books to charity shops: “Obviously, I will never read most of those pirated ebooks. Over a lifetime, I doubt I’ll get through even a fifth of my current collection.” “This is because they can`t openly promote their DRM-free e-books without adversely affecting the publishers that use DRM.” Grundsätzlich stimme ich den rechtlichen Ausführungen dieses Artikels vollständig zu und verstehe, dass die Autoren ihr geistiges Eigentum geschützt sehen wollen. Auf der anderen Seite stellt sich mir als Leser jedoch die Frage, wie die teilweise extrem hohen Preise für ebooks begründet sind. Meist liegen die ebook-Preise nur ein oder zwei Euro unter dem Preis des gebundenen Werkes oder sind sogar gleich teuer. Wenn ich bedenke, dass bei einem gebundenen Buch mit Sicherheit 4-5 € für Druck und Herstellung zu berechnen sind (wenn nicht mehr), Versandkosten hinzukommen (sicherlich min. 1 €) und auch der Buchhandel noch verdient, ist diese Preisdifferenz irgendwie lachhaft. Ich frage mich, wer bekommt den zusätzlichen Gewinn, der nach dieser Rechnung bei ebooks anfallen müsste? Ich denke, wenn die Autoren und Verlage ihre ebooks mit realistischeren Preisen anbieten würden (min.

25-50% unter dem Preis der gebundenen Werke), gäbe es eine Menge ehrlicher Käufer mehr! Many reported starting to pirate books during university, when faced with bills for expensive textbooks – “I want to spend my limited funds on going out, honestly,” said one 21-year-old University of Warwick student – while others on limited incomes said their disabilities and mental health made library visits a challenge. One disabled and unemployed reader who asked to remain anonymous said: “I don’t think it’s morally wrong to pirate a book if you genuinely can’t afford it. I only get £80 a week. I usually can’t afford to spend £10+ on a new book, but I love reading … It’s not much different from buying from a secondhand bookstore, right? Either way, the writer gets no money.” In email correspondence with DW, Posth says this tax arrangement plays into the debate about whether users should be allowed to resell their e-books – currently, retailers` terms and conditions tend to prohibit the reselling of e-books. Zusätzlich werden die Ebooks ohne Kopierschutz ins Netz gestellt, so dass eine Erstellung weiterer Kopien der Bücher problemlos möglich ist.

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