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Old 11-24-2009, 08:06 AM   #12
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I can see this working in the U.S., but seeing as B&N have no presense in the U.K. (and quite probably other countries), what's the incentive for all the non-U.S. bookstores to switch?

I can't think there is any. Sounds like we are likley to have two flavours of epub DRM floating around the globe causing a a lot of confusion. I can't see Waterstones making the switch as long as Adept DRM is still available just because B&N no longer use it.
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