Originally Posted by daffy4u
No, the best thing is to use kindlefix.py to legally prepare the books for use on the Kindle. If the books downloaded are books that were purchased, then it's up to the owner to decide if they want to remove the DRM (technically not legal but I don't think the police will be beating down their door). If these are library books that were downloaded, I don't think you want to advocate folks stripping the DRM from books they don't own (that would be stealing).
But is this really legal to use kindlefix.py? What you are doing is not removing the DRM, but changing it. So it's no longer the same DRM as it was when you purchased it.
f I was to download a library eBook and strip the DRM, I could then read it without worrying about the PID and if I deleted it after I was done, then that would be legal and if I needed more time, renew it.