[caption id="attachment_36825" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Publishers suggest that eBook restrictions are the result of device makers’ policies."]"DRM will be no more effective at preventing unauthorized copying of books than it was for music..." said the EFF.[/caption]

As more and more eReading devices flood the market, users are beginning to feel the restrictions imposed by copyright and digital rights management (DRM)—restrictions that some fear could hold back the use of eBooks in education.

Imagine this: You’re in the market for an eReader device and decide to buy a Kindle. Books for your Kindle must be purchased...

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