"You bought it, you own it, right? Not always. Over the past decade, we have been quietly shifting to a world in which both digital goods (like mp3s, video files, and ebooks) and physical goods that contain software (like cars, microwaves, and phones) are never truly owned, but only rented. [ ... ] As author Mr. Jalopy succinctly put it, ďIf you canít open it, you donít own it.Ē These days, the question is not just whether you can open the hood Ė itís whether opening the hood might land you in court. Hereís the good news: thereís growing movement to defend your right to own your stuff Ė and to make sure ownership continues to mean something."