Appeared in the Toronto Star on March 15, 2010 as bookstalls Rules About Competition, Not Culture Eight years ago, the federal government faced a hot-button cultural policy issue as online retail giant Amazon.com, which was already selling millions of dollars of books to Canadians from its U.S.-based site, sought entry […]
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The Globe and Mail reports that the Canadian Bookseller Association is urging the government to block Amazon.com from building a distribution network in Canada.
Amazon's Kindle DRM, which restricts ebooks to the device, has been broken. The hack reportedly allows ebooks stored on the reader to be transferred as PDF files to other devices.
There are multiple reports this morning that Amazon is finally selling the Kindle in Canada. The device comes with wireless downloads, which suggests that a deal has been struck with a Canadian carrier. But which one?