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Old 10-22-2006, 09:18 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by scotty1024
Doing what you describe is a major felony in the United States, it isn't legal to remove copy protection from eBooks even for "personal use".
And still everyone does it. I wouldn't fret too much about it.

While technically using ConvertLit may be illegal in some countries, personally I don't see a moral issue with this as you (should) already own a copy of the book in question.

Just make sure you don't use this program to distribute illegal copies of e-books.
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