Inside The Anti-Ownership Ebook Economy; Library Journal, August 3, 2023

The Anti-Ownership Ebook Economy report examines how license agreements dictate what libraries and individuals can do with their digital book collections. Most libraries don't own their own ebooks, which is often misunderstood by elected officials and administrators who influence library funding. The report, published by Claire Woodcock, Sarah Lamdan, Michael Weinberg, and Jason Schultz at NYU Law, delves into this issue in 60 pages.

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