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Tor Books hat beschlossen, ab Juli ihre E-Books ohne DRM anzubieten. John Scalzi veröffentlicht bei Tor Books, und er hat dazu etwas zu sagen. Besonders diesen Absatz finde ich hier wichtig, da hier John Scalzi richtigerweise seinen Lesern unterstellt, dass sie ihn nicht bescheißen wollen:
»Does this mean it’s easier for someone to violate my copyright? It does. But most people don’t want to violate my copyright. Most people just want to own their damn books. Now they will. I support that. And I believe that most readers who like my work will support me. They get that if I don’t get paid, they won’t get books — and more than that I really do believe most people who can support the artists whose work they like will support them. So personally I don’t think ditching DRM will mean people will stop buying what I and Tor have to sell.« (John Scalzi)
Tom Doherty Associates, publishers of Tor, Forge, Orb, Starscape, and Tor Teen, today announced that by early July 2012, their entire list of e-books will be available DRM-free. “Our authors and reade...
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