RandomhouseMD1284 karma2015-01-02 16:03:48 UTC
From a legal standpoint, what is the argument from Follett? It seems to me that a user has a right to display whatever information on their browser they want to.
Assuming you are in no way manipulating the packet that is received from the textbook service, and are only manipulating the end result, is there any legal precedent you know of that says that you either can or cannot do this?
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RandomhouseMD82 karma2014-04-04 17:55:12 UTC
What is your favorite board game? Trivial Pursuit is not an acceptable answer to this question.
RandomhouseMD0 karma2015-01-02 16:23:10 UTC
It has to do with answering the question of who has the right to control the content, and I do not know that there is a real answer from a legal standpoint that has yet been established (which is why I am asking the original question).
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