Articles of Interest – Public Libraries & OverDrive, DRM, and fixed pricing

December 9th, 2011 · by spolanka · No Comments

The E-book Investigations: Are Publishers And Apple Breaking The Law? | paidContent

FEATURE: Ebooks on Fire: Controversies Surrounding Ebooks in Libraries

OverDrive Has Different eBook Catalogs for Different Libraries

theanalogdivide » Blog Archive » It’s Not Just Overdrive.

Library Wars: Amazon and Publishers Vie for Control of E-Book Rentals – Peter Osnos – Entertainment – The Atlantic

The Exodus Begins – Kansas Library Consortium Has left OverDrive – The Digital Reader

Leaked Document: Hachette Explains Why Publishers Are Relevant | Digital Book World

Justice Department confirms investigation of e-book industry –

BISG Press Release | Official BISG Policy Statement on Best Practices for Identifying Digital Products Now Available

Wisconsin Public Library Consortium » Kindle disclaimer on OverDrive downloads

Amazon Tempts Kindle Self-Publishers With $6 Million Fund

Public Library E-Book Lending Must Change to Survive « Copyright and Technology -

Another View of DRM for Publishers « The Scholarly Kitchen

Publishers’ insistance on DRM allows Amazon to lock them in to its garden | TeleRead: News and views on e-books, libraries, publishing and related topics

Why Christmas Day Will Soon Be the Biggest Online Shopping Day Each Year, and Why It Changes Everything | TeleRead: News and views on e-books, libraries, publishing and related topics

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