E-book restrictions leave 'buyers' with few rights

latimes.com — There's a crass old joke about how you can never buy beer, just rent it. Who would think that the same joke applies to book buying in the digital age? But that's the case.
RT @DavanMaharaj STEAL THIS BOOK: When you pay for an E-book, you never really own it, says @latimeshiltzik t.co/bj6QG8aH
STEAL THIS BOOK: When you pay for an E-book, you never really own it, says @latimeshiltzik t.co/hkG30QTh
Watch out when you download that eBook for Christmas: It's not yours. t.co/S8DDAFDE
RT @PMoneyLA: How E-Book "Owners" Lose Out: Restrictions leave 'buyers' with few rights. t.co/pRLATLfd @latimeshiltzik #amazon
Fascinating. RT @latimeshiltzik Who owns your eBooks? Not you, and that's a problem: t.co/nmWLUmy3