Copy-protection gear sneaks into products

Thursday, 18 August 2005, 7:02 AM EST

Controversial copy-protection technology is quietly being added to e-books, CDs, DVDs and other products. This fall, students at Princeton University and nine other colleges can buy electronic textbooks through wholesaler MBS Textbook Exchange.

By Michelle Kessler at USA Today.

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