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Old 03-03-2010, 11:00 PM   #1
Ken Maltby
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Non-DRM ebooks as library bequest?

I guess libraries still have books come to them from estates. Many of our
most famous libraries got their start that way, including the Library Of
Congress.

I wonder if a large collection of ebooks that have had their DRM removed
were to be donated to a library, if there would be an issue?

Would the library be able to offer the ebooks to all? Would it have to be
only one copy of the ebook "out on loan" at a time? Would it be one per
branch? There would be no practical limit.

Could the donator prohibit the library from placing DRM on the donated
ebooks?

Just wondering.

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Ken
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