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Just another example of how clueless the publishing industry is about how networked knowledge works. It's bad enough that they are preying on the young to enforce their message of being "a good consumer," but to then effectively bar any criticism of their message is just going over the top.
Update: Apparently, I also went against this term
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by cutting and pasting their own terms. We in the writing biz call that "citing"; and by Canadian copyright, we're allowed to quote/reproduce up to 10% of a work when doing so.