DAW Posts E-Piracy Notice

Reid, Calvin
September 2002
Publishers Weekly;9/30/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 39, p12
Trade Publication
Announces that science fiction publisher DAW Books placed a notice in its print books warning against the scanning and uploading of digital copies to the Internet without permission. Distributor of DAW; Content of the DAW electronic notice.


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