Logo This alternate history related article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.The Digital Literature Archive Law is a law passed in the United States, sponsored by Senator Jacques Metier and Senator José Salazar, which provides that all books published in the United States must also create a digital copy of that book for purchase as well. A consumer who purchases a physical book also has the right to a digital copy of that book from the same author free of charge. The digital copy is then watermarked with the person's name and personal information so that if it is distributed, it can be tracked back to whomever originated the file.

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