Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Day Against DRM

Today marks the first Day Against DRM.

Digital Rights Management is technology that prevents users from copying, ripping, and remixing their digital media.  It can act as a barrier between content and the users who own or access it.  Librarians have every reason to be aware of this issue and active in addressing it.  Sarah Houghton-Jan, the Librarian in Black, has more.

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