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Digital rights management (DRM) is a method of protecting copyrighted materials and preventing digital piracy. Publishers, as the copyright holders of publications, set the parameters for DRM implementation.
Adobe Digital Editions is a free eBook reader application used to read DRM-protected eBooks. Adobe Digital Editions must be installed and activated in order to use the DRM-protected eBooks available at this site.
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Activation of Adobe Digital Editions allows you to read DRM-protected eBooks. The first time that you open Adobe Digital Editions, you must activate the program. Adobe Digital Editions can be activated anonymously, or by using an Adobe ID.
Activating Adobe Digital Editions using an Adobe ID allows you to do more with eBooks, such as downloading them on multiple computers and transferring them to supported portable devices. However, this is a matter of personal preference. Before deciding, please consider the following:
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If you choose not to activate Adobe Digital Editions using an Adobe ID at this time, you may do so later.
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