Amazon.com Uses DMCA to Restrict Kindle E-Book Purchases
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Santa Cruz, Bolivia
#1 Mar 14, 2009
True, it's lame. You'd expect that even if people are purchasing their e-books from somewhere else, having more e-books to choose from would also eventually lead to an increase in sales of the Kindle device itself.
Since: Mar 09
#2 Mar 14, 2009
I agree, limitations like this (proprietary content issues) are why I would hold out... real books work just fine and the numerous city libraries we have make it inexpensive...
I love technology though.. I am interested to see what will prevail on this issue.
Just to throw it out there; I like to donate old books to the library. Why throw away a perfectly good book? Instead, let someone else read it.
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