Thread: Why Adobe?
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Old 01-17-2013, 11:12 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by crossi View Post
Why aren't the people obsessing about Amazon's "monopoly" screaming about Adobe? They have much less competion that Amazon. Regardless of small changes in their DRM flavors most are licensed through them.
I don't get that either. Adobe has been relatively open with licensing standards to third parties and I get the impression that the licensing exends to both client and server side aspects for ADEPT. Of course there is still some risk to vendors and consumers using this approach (in contrast to a completely open standard), but it seems far less perilous to The Vendor and consumers than it is in Amazon's case.
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