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En este debate caben tanto argumentos a favor del libro digital como argumentos a favor del libro de papel:. Sin embargo otras editoriales como O'Reilly ofrecen sus libros sin DRM, respetando los deseos y derechos de sus lectores. Los sistemas DRM incluyen restricciones a la libertad de leer los libros en dispositivos distintos de los que se especificaron o incluso limitaciones por fecha e incluso pueden llevar al borrado de libros ya comprados, como en el caso de Amazon con la novela de George Orwell , que incluso dio lugar a demandas.