1) Wikert, Joe. “A Call For A Unified E-Book Market.” Publishers Weekly 259.6 (2012): 18. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 Apr. 2012.
This article discusses the issues that arise from the use of DRM in the e-book market. It focuses on how many issues are a direct result of publishing companies only offering their content on a dedicated e-book reader how this ties into a publisher’s insistence on the use ofDRM.
2)Knopf, Dominik, and Christoph Sorge. “Model‐Oriented Analysis Of User – Right Holder Relations And Possible Impacts Of DRM.” Information Services & Use 23.4 (2003): 235-239. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 Apr. 2012.
This article considers possible futures of DRM, in particular it looks at one possible model, what the call the “tilting bottle model”. Ultimately they are arguing for a new type of DRM, they describe why current DRM is ineffective and needs to be changed.
3) Mavrogeanes, Rich. “DRM Is Dead.” Eventdv 24.10 (2011): 67. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 Apr. 2012.
This article talks about how DRM is not doing what is suppose to. The author talks about how there are more important ways to deal with illegal distribution of digital material and how DRM is at best just being annoying to everyone.