Originally Posted by CyGuy
This just doesn't make any sense to me at all. The ebook is either for sale or it isn't. The publisher or author has no say in who can or cannot purchase it. The library should simply purchase the product from wherever and loan it out as usual.
There is no "loan it out as usual" when it comes to ebooks. Never has been. Should they go ahead and strip the DRM off before they start loaning them out? We want libraries to thrive
, not be slapped with injunctions by publishers.