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Old 05-03-2013, 10:16 PM   #11
bgalbrecht
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I think it's ironic that the Big-6 insistence on DRM and price fixing did more to ensure locking customers into the Amazon walled garden more than anything else they could have done. I'm glad Tor was able to do this experiment, but I don't think the publishers got the message yet. I'm not even sure that Macmillan and the rest of its subsidiaries have switched to DRM-free, they certainly resisted dropping the price fixing.

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