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March 20, 2013

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Karl Drinkwater

Excellent points, I totally agree (and I'm a content creator/owner!) If something has DRM then it is a rental, and you should only pay rental prices. If I pay full price then I want a copy to keep forever. This is a common topic on my blog e.g. http://karldrinkwater.blogspot.com/2012/05/e-book-lending-and-libraries.html and http://karldrinkwater.blogspot.com/2012/01/would-you-like-your-e-books-with-or.html. I think the consumer is being ripped off whenever DRM is foisted upon them. Thanks for covering yet another DRM disaster.

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