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Unglue.it Wants to Make a Creative Commons for E-booksA new platform called Unglue.it wants to make your favorite e-books available to the world for free. Through a crowdfunding platform inspired by Kickstarter and the public radio model, Unglue.it is hosting campaigns to turn individual, already-published books into Creative Commons licensed e-books. This means that you could legally read and share e-books for free with anyone across the globe. For any one book, the company works with rights holders to decide on fair compensation for such a license. Eric Hellman, president of the service's parent company Gluejar, said it has been designing and building the site since May 2011. SEE ALSO: Do E-Reader Owners Read More Books? Unglue.it has started with five e-book campaigns and expects to have more soon. "We have been approaching literary agents and smaller publishers about backlist titles with reverted rights with limited success," Hellman told Mashable. The variation in pricing depends on the market value of the book, Hellman explained.