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Old 03-04-2009, 03:42 AM   #2
HarryT
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Hi Halk,

DRM removal is not legal in the UK but, unlike the US, here in the UK it is a matter of civil copyright law (unless you do something stupid like trying to commercially sell copied material), and not something which interests the police. You are vanishingly unlikely to get into any trouble if you remove DRM from legally bought material for your own personal use.

LOTR, by the way, is not legally obtainable as an eBook.
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