Got the following email from Paolo Amoroso:

Italian engineering Professor JuanCarlos De Martin @demartin has found that the Italian Constitution downloadable from the official government site is effectively crippled with DRM. It’s a PDF document that prevents content copying (not even for accessibility) and search engine indexing. Some details are available in this blog post:

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This is especially ironical considering that Michael Hart started Project Gutenberg by sharing the US Declaration of Independence.
This was pointed out to me by Giovanni Salvatori @borsista.
Paolo Amoroso


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