"Hey guys, how much would you pay for an ebook?"
"Downpriced ebooks, only $2.99!"
It just doesn't make sense. It's funny. Why would anyone pay for that? It's not even a real book you're buying, just an incredibly restrictive license to read it. If you want an ebook, you go on a tor**** site. It's easy and completely free. They won't bother to come after you.
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I buy eBooks - but I immediately strip off the DRM. I'm happy to pay, but don't think for one second that I'm going to be restricted by which device I read it on or lose access because some store goes out of business.
DRM is evil, and I won't have it in my life. The harder they make it, the LESS likely they get my money. Fortunately, books are simple to strip clean, so I don't mind paying.