How a Supreme Court ruling may stop you from reselling just about anything | Ars Technica

Quick synopsis:  The case in question is about a person who is importing "gray market" textbooks published by an American publisher and sold overseas for significantly less than what they sell the same books for domestically.  He is re-importing them to the United States and reselling them at a profit, while still maintaining a sizable price difference to the customer.

Copyright issues to the side for the moment, doesn't this mean that the publisher is severely overcharging for these books in the United States if they can manage to sell them overseas at a steep price differential?

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How a Supreme Court ruling may stop you from reselling just about anything | Ars Technica.