Yesterday, TeleRead published two thoughtful essays on the digital reselling issue (here, and here) from author Marilynn Byerly. I appreciate her desire to ensure that any used digital market is fair to authors. I don't, however, think Amazon is—as she asserts—about to 'break the law.' Why not? Because while many have tried to interpret the current law to the best of their ability, it hasn't been definitely established by a precedent-establishing case whether or not digital goods are subject to the first sale doctrine. But this is not a bad thing—it means a healthy discussion and debate can still occur, and...