“The issue for me as a writer is not why they changed it, but that they are changing the contracts,” Scalzi told Wired. “Is it that they were clueless when they wrote the initial contracts and then, when someone pointed it out, they fixed it, or whether they were embarrassed in the media? The short answer is, I don’t care. Are they changing the contracts to make them more equitable to authors? If so, then I am very happy that they’re doing that and I will continue to point out where things could be improved in future.”
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