4 thoughts on “When DRM expires . . .

    • DRM = Digital Rights Management, and this is about what happens when you had the right to access something, and the content provider decides to stop offering it. Unlike a physical book or DVD, digital content simply disappears when the provider stops offering it, no matter what it cost you to gain legal access.

  1. Welcome to my world. We see this all the time in library land. It’s frustrating and a good argument for staying with print for anything that is vital in my humble opinion.

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