Submitted by 64WqwCbVQnRhGau in freeAsInFreedom

The other day there was a post on free ereaders. Having gotten some useful information out of that, I would like to know of places that sell E-Books without Digital Restrictions Management. Preferably, somewhere that requires minimal to no identification or accepts a crypto like Monero. If those are not an option, I am willing to pay with credit.



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leftous wrote

The question is are you looking for legal sellers? Or pirate ones?


leftous wrote

Here are some legal sources I know of:

These are mostly "underground"/indie books, though. There's also Project Gutenburg which has a bunch of public domain DRM free books.

Concerning more mainstream books, it is harder to say without piracy. Although there are certain programs like Calibre which can help rip DRM off books.


jaidedctrl wrote

If you like sharing (is caring <3), you can check out Libgen-- but if you hate sharing (</3), a legal site is Tor Books' website. They publish a lot of science fiction & fantasy books, all strictly DRM-free.


mcv137 wrote

Pretty sure PM Press and AK Press ebooks are DRM-free.