Can I Create a PDF of a Textbook If I Dont Sell Or Share It?

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Can I create a PDF of a textbook if I don't sell or share it?

First, check the web site it is on. I have seen textbooks where the site gives permission for it to be copied. Glencoe has some textbooks set up like this. If you are talking about a pirated copy, where the web site did not have permission to post it in the first place, it’s legal to read it online, but if you download or print it you will be infringing on copyright. If you do it just for your own use, and don’t share your copy with anyone, though, no one is going to bother you. If you purchased or downloaded a legitimate copy, printing it out in a different format just so you can read it is not an issue.

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That is the “law” I am talking about. Once you have your own copy of A Lesson in Nineteen Eighty-Four, that is it. If I had a “Law” about stealing, the next one I would tell you about would be on the “law” of “moral rights.” This is a strange concept to me. I don’t really understand it either. A moral right is something that you really need that is a prerequisite to acting in a certain way. If you have a moral right to something, you cannot violate it unless you can do it without harming yourself or anyone else. You would not be able to do it unless you needed your morals to be in order to keep from hurting others. Do you really think the guy in the wheelchair could hurt his own legs? What if he had to keep his legs on.