Surely corporate overlords being so generous as to graft DRM and a "lending license" onto ebooks is a great thing for libraries and the people they serve. Right? Right? (Hint: it's not.)

> These rights often have an expiration date, and they make library e-books “a lot more expensive, in general, than print books,”
This is insane. We have the ability to copy content at near-zero cost. And somehow corporations managed to make ebooks more expensive for libraries, than physical books, which have to be printed, transported and stored.
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