J. W. Roos

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Libraries for the blind developed as charities, circulating and producing , for the most part, Braille. Their seeking of copyright licenses to permit them to produce such books did not pose any particular threat to copyright holders and publishers. But as they started taking their places as libraries that rendered library services, and as technological(More)
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