Will You Join the HarperCollins Boycott?

Last Friday the world learned that HarperCollins had decided to restrict how many times one of its eBooks can be checked out of the library.  (If you haven’t read about this story yet, check out eBookNewser’s coverage here.)

Given how fast the internet moves, it should come as no surprise that someone has already started a boycott movement. There’s even a website.

Considering that HarperCollins decision to restrict eBook lending is highly unpopular among librarians and readers, this movement might become powerful enough to actually change HarperCollins ‘ mind. Are you going to join?

Boycott HarperCollins

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