This is why I’m trying to buy more physical copies of things—or at least DRM-free stuff. I have lots of regrets about the size of my Kindle library, for example.
link to ‘You Don’t Own What You’ve Bought: Sony Removes 100s Of Movies Bought Through PS Store | Techdirt’
I’m glad I got out of the Kindle game before they did on-screen ads. This feels dystopian.
link to ‘US carriers want to bring “screen zero” lock screen ads to smartphones | Ars Technica’
Grumpy about DRM today. So much content I’ve purchased but am forever beholden to Amazon to access.
The artwork on the “cover” of a Kindle book has been updated since the last time I read it. It’s a relatively minor change but reminds me that you never truly own an e-book you buy from Amazon (and why I now try to buy hardcopy).