2009: Publisher decides an ebook was a mistake and tells Amazon to pull it. Amazon may or may not think that's a hot idea, but they have to comply if they want to keep their deals with the publisher. Ebook is pulled, Amazon gets blamed.
of course they will, if they want to keep there customers they should protect them. If you have books but no customers your not going far, but if you have customers then publishers will have no choice but to deal with you, I am sure you are familiar with the saying "if you build it they will come"
Honestly, the story is somewhat surreal and feels quite like the trial itself: a lot of people not really taking things seriously.
have you ever been to TPB? they use to have a section where they posted letter they received by companies asking them to remove that is copyrighted or threatening them to sue with the responses they sent. TBP staff always made fun of them in there replies.
"Savvis -- who had audited the security of CardSystems' computer systems and determined that the company "had implemented sufficient security solutions and operated in a manner consistent with industry best practices."
lawsuit will go nowere Savvis never said data is secure it only said:
the company "had implemented sufficient security solutions and operated in a manner consistent with industry best practices.
which has nothing to do with Data breach:
-Everyone (or at least most ppl) know that its impossible to have a 100% secure system.
-Savvis never rated security of system, it simply said system is with in the norm.
so unless that system was below standard (and some1 can prove that) Savvis has no liability what so ever.