As more aspects of our lives -- and in this case our books -- are digitized and made available electronically, it is useful to remember that, legally at least, we do not own that digitized content. We are merely licensing it, which allows the service that provides it to change it at will. Just as no one will ask you to approve changes to your email interface, you have no say if your digital "friend" is altered or the words in your ebooks. www.nytimes.com/2023/04/04/arts/dahl-christie-stine-kindle-edited.html
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