The "Strong Copyright + DRM + Weak Net Neutrality = Digital Dystopia?" postprint is now available.
The abstract is below:
Three critical issuesdramatic expansion of the scope, duration, and punitive nature of copyright laws; the ability of Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems to lock-down digital content in an unprecedented fashion; and the erosion of Net neutrality, which ensures that all Internet traffic is treated equallyare examined in detail and their potential impact on libraries is assessed. How legislatures, the courts, and the commercial marketplace treat these issues will strongly influence the future of digital information for good or ill.
If you would like a more detailed description, see my posting about the preprint.