Readers Bill of Rights

by Christopher Paul on March 10, 2011

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HaperCollins announced it would limit its electronic library books to a certain amount of checkouts before self destructing. This flies in the face of what libraries do and changes the value of the digital files.

A group of librarians, readers, and authors have formed to protest this move and the inclusion of DRM in e-books and they asked Nina Paley to create a logo symbolizing their stance against digital restrictions. For a list of DRM free publishers and to learn more about why DRM is bad for everyone but publishers, visit ReadersBillsofRights.info

ReadersBillofRights.info via TechDirt

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