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Old 02-01-2013, 05:34 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by cromag View Post
It's sounding more and more like someone is thinking of $10 worth of DRM to "protect" a $5 book.

Seriously, how expensive will this "universal" DRM be?
It's astonishing how expensive Adobe's existing DRM scheme is. $0.22 per book sold! (plus capital cost of $10,000 and yearly maintenance cost of $1,500)

$0.22 on a $0.99 ebook or even on a $1.99 ebook is a hefty percentage.


DRM: Just say no.
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