Reading expenses

January 16, 2004

A Montreal business has been busted for selling an illegal product popular with many students - illegally photocopied textbooks. Bailiffs swooped on bookshop U Compute, near Concordia University, and seized 2,200 volumes priced at C$25 (£10) instead of C$125. Canada's book licensing agency, Access Copyright, says this bust alone represented $250,000 in lost revenue to booksellers, publishers and authors.

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