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Old 06-21-2012, 07:13 PM   #2
carld
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Most of the big publishers require DRM on their ebooks. B&N is correct, in that, there's not really much they can do about it. You can either decide not to buy any DRM'd books, or buy what you want, remove the DRM, and then organize them with Calibre as you like.

Amazon, B&N, and Sony are all basically the same in that regard, Apple as well, most of what they sell will have DRM attached.
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