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Old 11-29-2012, 11:01 AM   #74
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When publishers hardcode a font into an ebook that is faint and make the margins ridiculously huge so that you must remove DRM to have control over the formatting in order to read the book without duress, it surely must fall under "DRM removal for personal use". If the cops show up at my door to charge me for doing so, I'll point them to the suspected grow-op down the street and hope that arresting them might be a slightly more worthwhile use of public funds.
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