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Subject:Third Party Books From:Barry West <Barry_West -dot- S2K -at- S2KEXT -dot- S2K -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 17 Apr 1995 12:02:37 EDT
>Unfortunately, one reason I can think of (having nothing to do with
>the quality of the third-party manuals) is software piracy.
I believe this is primarily the case. I recall in the mid eighties when this
practice was beginning to
boom that some software companies brought this issue into court as an
infringement of copyright
and/or intellectual property rights - and they lost.