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Old 02-10-2014, 11:33 AM   #14
crich70
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So if I understand it right if you break the DRM on a book you have bought in order to store it on media or convert it for your own use on a different reader platform i.e. epub to kindle or vice versa as an example you're in the clear, but if a person breaks it and then puts the book up as a torrent file for example then it's illegal. Does indeed sound like common sense and what many here at MR have said should be the law of the land all along.
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