Borrowing eBooks from Libraries
Were I live, the library system signed a deal with Adobe to provide the software to ensure DRM on eBooks "borrowed" from the library. To copy a book on to my Kobo I need an Adobe account, and they maintain a "library" of books I read. So, if I take a physical book form the library, the librarians will defend my right to privacy, but they have already signed away my digital right to privacy. It is one of the main reasons I don't use my Kobo very much.
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