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Old 08-09-2009, 12:08 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by koland View Post
I would not be surprised, actually, if Adobe doesn't have the same clause in their license for hardware vendors
We know that they don't, because Astak is on track to include both Adobe DRM and eReader DRM on all its ebook readers. We also know that Bookeen, for example, isn't saying that both Adobe and MobiPocket are preventing them producing devices with both DRM schemes - only MobiPocket is doing this.
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