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Cory Doctorow at 12:50 pm Tue, Sep 4, 2012
That would be related to this: http://www.news.com.au/technology/bruce-willis-considering-legal-action-against-apple-over-rights-to-digital-music-collection/story-e6frfrnr-1226463667680
I inherited my Dad’s kindle books–or to be more specific, I inherited his account. Since I hadn’t been using my amazon account to do anything other than buying real books, his was substituted for mine, and that suited me.
However, when Bruce Willis dies, his children will have well-used accounts of their own, and a more elegant solution would be called for.
This is based on the assumption that modern copyright law is balanced and fair.
Er, here is where being pedantic is useful: ’ “license” to use you DRM’
PLEASE, please fix that!