Originally Posted by DiapDealer
You might be surprised to learn that most people contributing code to DRM-removal programs aren't really interested in helping people remove any and all identifying features of an ebook that could be traced back to an individual person/purchaser. They're not interested in any zeitgiest-y "all knowledge should be freely available/exchanged" movement. That kind of idealism is mostly limited to a small subset of the users of such DRM-removal tools.
The overwhelming majority of people here at MR, certainly, remove DRM to allow them to freely read books on any device they wish to, not because they want to "share" them with 10,000 of their closest friends on the internet. Watermarking gives you that freedom to move books between devices.