Windowing

The nuclear nature of windowing, even on a single title
force us to a very negative response

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It was also important to us that the prices in our
e-bookstore be competitive with other retailers’  e-book
prices. This is why Steve and I initially thought all
publishers should move to agency with all e-book
retailers selling their new releases. Our thinking at the
time was that this would ensure that the publishers
would treat Apple similarly to their other retailers at

least with regard to pricing their most visible e-books.

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Penguin’s  boilerplate

PGI will sell to APPLE the Ebooks for resale purposes.

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“There  must be evidence that tends to exclude the possibility that [the
defendants] were acting independently.“
Monsanto Co. v. Spray-Rite Serv. Corp., 465 U.S. 752, 764 (1984) (emphasis added).

475 U.S. 89 (1986)
Matsushita

1661:23-1662:6

157:2-9

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