So what’s the big deal? two years ago, John Green wrote on his Tumblr that hundreds of people send him notes to say they illegally downloaded one of his books, “as if they expect me to reply with my hearty congratulations that they are technologically sophisticated enough to use Google or whatever.”
Piracy is a growing problem. How do unauthorized digital copies of books end up being shared? The short answer: easily. Before J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore began releasing e-versions of the Harry Potter books, pirates tore off spines and scanned pages to make PDFs, then posted them online. The latest method is to break digital rights management (DRM) locks on e-galleys and other electronic copies—a quick web search yields instructions.
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So what to do to avoid the chance of your precious file being hijacked??
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