Krzysztof Jurewicz

Remnants of are being removed from Polish ebook market. The last big bookstore removes all DRM-protected from its offer, describing this technology as cumbersome. If a publisher insists on using DRM, then its books will not be sold at all.

Article (in Polish):

@KrzysiekJ is it illegal to use DRM? Why are they stopping?

@loke It is not illegal. They are stopping officially mainly because DRM is cumbersome to customers.

@KrzysiekJ who are they? I doubt Amazon will stop with the nonsense.

@loke All major Polish bookstores don’t use DRM. Amazon doesn’t have a Polish store, there is only a Polish translation of

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