I'm thinking about getting a Kindle.
But I don't understand how ownership for a book is handled if it is purchased as a Kindle download.
When I buy a print book, I can resell it as a used book (or not). It is mine to keep forever if it lasts that long, and whatever the publisher or bookseller does or not does has nothing to do anymore with the book I purchased.
Is that the same with the elecronic reader file? Once I'm done reading a book I can go to e-bay and resell the file?
Or what happens if Amazon goes bankrupt (which I hope it won't), are my books still mine and available? How does that work?
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