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Old 10-28-2011, 10:26 AM   #3
Daveoc64
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Originally Posted by DiapDealer View Post
Actually, I'm pretty sure that's the same way it is everywhere... not just France. I know that's the way it has been in the US for quite a while, anyway. If it says nothing... it has DRM, and is limited to 6 devices/apps simultaneously (usually).



Are you absolutely sure there's no examples of:
"Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited" In some book descriptions on amazon.fr? Those books are DRM free. Check public domain works to be sure.

Generally speaking:
1) If there is no mention of Simultaneous Device Usage in the book description -- the book has DRM and is limited to 6 devices/apps simultaneously.
2) If there is a Simultaneous Device Usage: x line in the book description -- the book has DRM and is limited to x devices/apps
3) If it says Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited in the book description -- the book has no DRM
The French Kindle Store doesn't seem to apply this the same as all of the others do.

e.g. Amazon France

Amazon Germany("Simultaneous use of devices: No restriction" - translated)

Amazon.com (Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited)

Amazon UK (Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited)

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