iPad e-books shackled with FairPlay DRM

iPad e-books shackled with FairPlay DRM.

[newsimage]http://static.myce.com/images_posts/2010/02/7Mt60k.jpg[/newsimage]Apple's FairPlay DRM will get a new gig with the launch of the iPad, shackling up e-books to prevent illegal copying. That's potentially a huge problem, because it could prevent users from reading their e-books on other devices besides the iPad.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ipad-e-books-to-include-fairplay-drm-26089/](http://www.myce.com/news/ipad-e-books-to-include-fairplay-drm-26089/)

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Actually, my chosen format is eReader (formerly Palm Digital Media ereader).

Yeah, it’s got a DRM format but it’s also got a DRM-free format, and you can make your own books. It runs on Win, the Mac, iPhone, WinMob, some Symbian, Palm, and some others.

I’ve used Adobe’s protected format and it’s an invention of the devil him(her?)self.

I hate it so much that I’ve actually gone and repurchased anything in Adobe format in eReader format.