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Old 08-11-2010, 05:53 AM   #2
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From a purely grammatical/logical point of view, the statement: "when all existing ebook editions [...] contain access controls that prevent the enabling [...]" would mean when they prevent the features in some software, regardless of whether or not it works in some other software. In particular, if I have a reader that has text-to-speech for DRM-free books, and some book is only available with DRM, this case would be included in the above statement.

Of course, in legalese grammar and logic rules do not apply.
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