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Posted by on okt 1, 2011 in Bibliotheek, Design, Privacy, Technologie | 0 comments

Amazon Kindle: defective by design

Aan het hosannagejuich rond de Kindle en nieuwe devices van Amazon wordt flink tegengas gegeven op Defective by Design.

After you read a physical book, you can give it to a friend or sell it. Not so with a Kindle book. You can donate a physical book to a library — an institution whose purpose is to continue sharing it for as long as possible. The Kindle’s DRM, however, is designed explicitly to prevent sharing and the public benefit that institutions like libraries provide.”

bron: DM van Arthur

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