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Old 01-09-2003, 10:58 AM   #7
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Kezza: I also like PDM's content protection structure. It protects the books using a registration code that is freely available to the registered user, but that the user at the same time does not want to release. It makes me able to read books I have registered on any device I choose, including multiples of my own, while at the same time preventing their distribution en masse by registered users. Considering that PDM have doubled their sales, I believe to 1.6 million eBooks sold for 2002, they must be doing something right.
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