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Re: Judge Says Apple Conspired to Raise Prices on E-books

I found it educational and entertaining to go back and peruse the 15-month-old thread to be found at:

http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/Community-Room/Consumer-Group-E-book-Price-Fixing-Costs-Big-B...

Caution: It is 33 pages long, but it has a few predictions and observations that one thinks about in light of the out-of-court settlements by the publishers, and the Federal Court ruling by Judge Cote. 

Has anybody changed their opinion?