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Apple Clarifies iBooks Author Licensing

bonch (38532) writes | more than 2 years ago

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bonch (38532) writes "After drawing criticism over iBooks Author's licensing language, Apple has modified it in a software update to make clear that Apple is claiming rights to the .ibook format itself and not the content therein: '[The license restriction] does not apply to the content of such works when distributed in a form that does not include files in the .ibooks format.' In other words, the content may be sold on competing book stores as long as it is not packaged using iBooks Author."
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In other news (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#38922691)

Microsoft released an update to Word that allows authors to publish books to the Windows Mobile Store, but cannot generate a package that can be published on any other platform.

Fuck off bonch

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