While Americans battle a crushingly stagnant economy, the loss of jobs and homes and a rising tax burden, the Supreme Court is poised to make resale illegal: putting an end to both buying and selling of used goods.
The case currently under review [with the reevaluation of the law at stake] is Wiley v. Kirtsaeng, in which a publisher and an importer of textbooks squared off in court.
The case will have lasting repercussions for websites that depend upon the offering of resale goods to consumers, including Ebay, Amazon, Overstock and other large resellers.
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