July 18, 2009, 10:47 am
Amazon can reach in and randomly destroy the books on your Kindle remotely over Whispernet, without asking your permission first.Â¬â Well, technically, thanks to the terms and conditions that you have to agree to before you buy the Kindle, you gave them permission in advance.Â¬â Â¬â Well, no thanks.Â¬â Â¬â Â¬â I think the Sony e-Reader is a much better choice as a result.
Yet another reason why people should Just Say No to DRM.
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