Originally Posted by ottdmk
The thing is, the kepub downloaded to the reader is irrelevant. You can't take kepub books off of the reader (at least, not easily), so what does it matter if the copy has DRM or not?
As long as the Download link from the webpage is updated to serve up the DRM-free edition, that's all that's needed.
When ghostyjack says in his Kobo library I guess I'm just assuming he means ePub's, not kePub's. I know that's what I was referring to in my post.