Originally Posted by crich70
I've been wondering something tonight. Amazon owns Mobipocket.com yet DRM's Mobipocket books can't be opened on the kindle. So I wonder what the response would be if he got a petition with a long list of names emailed to him. His email is right on his amazon.com page. Even if he usually has someone read email for him I wager it would get his attention if enough people signed such a document. They don't want people to break DRM but then they have things set up like they do so you have ebooks that you can't read on the Kindle even though Kindle and Mobipocket are both owned by the same company. There is something morally if not legally wrong there. If it was to work with him maybe it would get around and help out the situation in general since I imagine that Kindle probably isn't the only device with some such contradiction.
Who is the "him" in your message?