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It's a shame that no one seems to have a means to break the DRM on them. My closest friend is blind, and I'd like to be able to send him certain books, since he found using using a browser frustrating enough in the past (years ago, really) that I find it impossible to get him to try anymore. I suppose I'll just have to stick with PD ebooks, but there are a ...


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I think you have the wrong way of looking at this. The ebook store does not directly decide if a book is DRM protected. The choice of DRM or not is up to the publisher. So find good publishers and use whatever ebook store is most convenient.


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I had the same problem. I contacted Amazon to solve it. The problem was a software update. Apparently, my kindle did not update vis wifi, so I updated it via manually via their website.


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