A small shop located on a University campus in Dehli, India, has been sued for copyright infringement by three leading international publishers. The shop has been photocopying academic textbooks and supplying the copies to students for a small charge. The students and some authors have protested saying the publishers are putting profit before education, however the publishers say they have no alternative but to pursue this course of action.
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