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Old 12-17-2009, 02:18 AM   #5
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There are ways to strip the DRM off mobipocket. Did you use the Kindle for PC program to download the book? I don't know if anyone has figured out how Amazon attributes a PID to the computer yet but once you know the PID you can strip DRM. Site rules dictate that we don't give instructions to do this here (the legalities of such actions are vague and Adobe and Amazon seem to get upset about DRM circumvention--imagine that) you should be able to use Google to find such instructions if you're interested in going that route. A lot of people use DRM circumvention to allow them to purchase ebooks from multiple sources. I don't think there's anything ethically wrong with that, legalities be damned.
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