How to get rid of DRM
We do not need to concoct a new tutorial on how to get rid of DRM, blogger Korben took care to draft one. Visibly annoyed by these protections on any of the files he had purchased at FNAC, he sought the best way to release his “ownership”. For the problem of DRM is not from distributors but publishers who insist, for some, to continue the use of this practice has not succeeded in music industry. Then when you see the simplicity of the process for breaking locks, you can be sure that this will not stop piracy. By the way, have you seen on the pirate networks Publie.net latest books, or those of Numerik Livres Bragelonnes sold at 4.99 € and without DRM? Well no.
To blow your ePub DRM from legally acquired, towards the detailed tutorial (works with Windows and Mac OS X, originally published in English here). If you want to do the same thing but with Kindle Mob pocket files, go here.
Update: Indeed, FNAC does not mention the presence of DRM on some files, including those purchased by Korben, I was asked to fire you, Stephane Guillon. The error is foundon the site Numilog and is visibly the cause. However, the mention DRM, is present on other files on this ebook PDF of a book by James Patterson but he must go down to the bottom of product pages to see it.
Update 2: Apparently the FNAC has offered a right of reply, but not in Korben in the columns of Clubic. Nothing new under the sun except that the notes and FNAC have already launched negotiations with publishers to abandon DRM protections.
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