Originally Posted by CRussel
no, nor would most, though I'm sure there are some. I have _zero_ qualms about stripping DRM from the books I've bought. That's just good common sense to enable archival backups, etc. In fact, I virtually never send a book directly to my Kindle. I pull it down to my PC, clean it up, load into Calibre, and only then do I put it on my Kindle.
I couldn't even read books I bought from Amazon on all my devices. Nor books I bought from BoB or bol.com. Or books I cannot download anymore because the original seller doesn't have them anymore or is himself gone.
In the end, it's their own fault that I am practically forced to remove DRM to even enjoy the book.