Another Commodity Digital Scanner Specifically for Books

It looks more compact than Danny Reetz’s DIY scanner and as a kit, plus cameras, is targeted to come in at less than $500. As the post at QuestionCopyright explains, the goal really is to throw fuel on the fire, to change the normative expectations around the ability to make copies of durable goods, in this case printed books. This is not about piracy but laying bare the latent ambiguities in the law constantly exposed by technological change.

The Book Liberator at QuestionCopyright (HT Glyn Moody)

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