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Shmot in ebooks

I have a vague recollection of reading somewhere that you can delete one of the Names on a computer document because it isn’t truly permanent; the screen actually flashes multiple times a second. But what about Names written in ebooks? My understanding is that an ebook is much more permanent, and works more or less like those old Etch-a-Sketch toys – it “writes” with “e-ink” on the screen, and remains/is permanent until actively erased, unlike a computer screen. Would turning the page in an ebook (which erases the writing currently on the page) with one of the seven Names violate the prohibition on defacing them? There must be a ruling on this somewhere, and I have the vaguest recollection of something about it – I thought I’d ask here in addition to searching on my own (fruitless so far) so that answers might benefit others.

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