Public Access to Digital Material - Appendix 1: An Example of E-Book Restrictions
Adobe’s eBook reader tries to technically confine the user to obey the restrictions proposed by the publisher. It uses technology to try to stop the cut-and-paste feature of operating systems, stop running debuggers, and warning readers from disobeying a publisher’s interest. In this screen shot (from http://www.pigdogs.org/art/adobe.html), for instance, it declares that reading "Alice in Wonderland" aloud is not allowed.
Adobe eBook reader usage restrictions for Alice in Wonderland
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