In this Cloudebate™ our panel of experts will answer some of the following questions: Are the disadvantaged going to become even more disadvantaged because of the cost of devices and downloads, and the limitations on the lending of e-books that no-one, not even the libraries, actually owns? Why is public use of existing libraries declining? Are we not saving paper, and therefore trees, and therefore the planet, by reverting to Google rather than the library? It used to be that we couldn’t do without bank branches, cash, cinemas and even TV – but apps, cards, and Netflix seem to have changed all that. Why shouldn’t the internet dispense with libraries?