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Old 05-13-2010, 01:08 PM   #5
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DRM = Don't Read Me. I'm right in tune with you guys ... and I'm a publisher. Check out my latest blog post a few minutes ago here: http://bewritebooks.blogspot.com/ Nothing you don't already know, but we aim to take a stand and say 'no' to any retailers who want to impose DRM on our titles. That happens, you know: a small indie puts over a piece and the retailer or distributor slaps on DRM. Same problem with geographical restrictions for publishers like my own who hold international rights. Restri9ctions are not always the publisher's fault. Hoots. Neil

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