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I looked at all these in my quest. I settled on Natata, but you really should try them all. I was quite impressed with that last one listed. I elected not to choose it because it currently doesn't support folders in the E-Book structure.
Cheers... Rick :)
Lev Abramov wrote:
> Hi All
> A friend has just completed writing a book which he wants to market online
> as an e-book. He's looking for a file format which would ensure that the
> e-book can only be used on one computer and not be circulated freely in
> violation of copyright.
> MP3 files downloaded to an iPod cannot be transferred to another iPod.
> Is there any tool that would protect a text-based document in a similar
> Am I being naive?
> TIA -
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