What the plaintiffs are saying is that they are quite willing impose enormous costs on academic performance and academic freedom in exchange for higher profits. This is not the request of a friendly adversary; this is the attack of an enemy.

Paul Courant, explaining the distinction between adversaries and enemies, and how the Georgia State injunction places Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, SAGE, the Copyright Clearance Center, and the American Association of Publishers on the wrong side of that boundary.
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