howard at brazee.net
Thu May 13 16:06:51 BST 2021
> On May 13, 2021, at 7:15 AM, Harvey Fishman <fishman at panix.com> wrote:
> As a practical matter, why should I worry about DRM? I read on 1.5 devices (my Kindle and VERY occasionally on the PC). I do not lend or give away books. My Kindle has plenty of storage (32 GB.) so I am not too worried about running out of room, and in any case there is the PC for backup with terabytes of storage space. I do not see any advantages to me for removing DRM other than as an intellectual exercise that frankly I am just too damned lazy to engage in. Comments, please.
If you ever want to read a book with another e-reader, having an epub version. While it is unlikely that Amazon will decide that you shouldn’t have the books you paid for, it could. (It already decided that you can’t give them to your heirs).
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