These kind of shenanigans have put me off ebooks and ereaders altogether. I know it might be rough for authors, but I'm kind of hoping an unlocked / unrestrained format analogous to MP3 comes in and just steamrolls all of this proprietary, locked garbage. It didn't ruin music sales and it won't ruin ebooks either.
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