Originally Posted by Shaggy
Apple used to be in the same situation with the iPod and itunes DRM, which they finally got rid of. I think the difference is that Apple wanted to get rid of DRM (never wanted it in the first place), and the music industry finally gave up on it. The question is whether or not Amazon wants to get rid of DRM, and if the publishing industry is smart enough to learn anything from the music industry.
Amazon does have to get rid of DRM to allow Mobipocket to be on all the readers in the world. They just have to change their internal policy.