Tag: digital rights management

Blog June 2013 – Day 25 – Law-abiding librarians

Librarians are generally law-abiding. We can be great advocates of protecting copyright, reminding our users of their rights and responsibilities under the law. I think this is right and just, we need to protect both the right of the producer (author, artist, musician, publisher – whomever it is), whilst also giving our users the ability …

Continue reading

Blog June 2013 – Day 24 – Digital Rights Management (DRM)

We have just launched our first e-book collection and are dealing with Digital Rights Management (DRM) on a scale we have never had to before. It will be an interesting time for us as we have to deal with something new for us. As we start to think about implications and dealing with them, I …

Continue reading