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Old 03-12-2009, 11:43 AM   #3
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I am amazed at how companies think they can keep folks from finding this kind of information by issuing takedowns. Legal or illegal, trying to stamp out anything that can be placed on the web is like playing bop-a-mole. Apparently no one at Amazon has ever used Google.

What is even more stupid about this is that the actual content under discussion is all quite legal. Only Amazon has any potential to suffer and very little at that. It is interesting that they do not complain about NON DRM books that are available in mobi. like public domain and BAEN.

This would seem to encourage other providers to enable their books on other devices wherever possible or come out with their own device (in fact, more rumors of an Apple device as of yesterday). Pretty shortsighted, as I am sure time will tell....

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