Books Unbound 

The Richmond Public Library wants to increase digital literacy, but publishers are fighting.

Imagine a world where you could borrow "50 Shades of Grey" without anyone seeing you, a world where any book could be at your fingertips for free, 24 hours a day, with no library fines. If this picture seems too good…

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