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A quick follow up from yesterday's post, again from The Digital Reader, in which Adobe smartly reverses course and will not cause many loser devices to stop working with their DRM after all. Of course, DRM still sucks.
Posted at 09:24 PM in Books, Legal, Web/Tech | Permalink
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