Apple has updated the End User Licensing Agreement (EULA) for its iBooks Author app, clarifying its terms and ownership conditions. Immediately after its release, the EULA for iBooks Author was criticized by technology writers and copyright analysts. The original wording stated that authors would be able to sell books created in iBooks Author only in Apple’s iBookstore. The broadness of the terms made it appear Apple was claiming ownership of the content generated in iBooks Author. The new agreement makes it clear that Apple is only claiming sales exclusivity for the .ibooks format. If a user wants to tap iBooks Author to create a PDF version of an eBook, that PDF can be sold in any online bookstore, not just iBooks.
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