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This review is from: 2600 Magazine: The Hacker Quarterly - Digital Edition (Kindle Edition)
2600 is as much social commentary as technical information. Informative, open-minded and entertaining, it examines security, privacy, law and society with a mixture of anarcho-punk enthusiasm and concern at emerging threats to our liberties. Whether you're a bearded *nix guru or an everyday user of IT systems, you'll learn something from 2600.
It's also worth noting that the magazine is completely free of restrictive Digital Rights Management measures. You can freely back up or convert the files to do with as you pleased. Nice to see a publisher which doesn't treat its customers like criminals!
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Initial post: 18 Dec 2011 11:38:28 GMT
To be fair to other companies/groups, many people do behave like criminals and share music and other files in ways the authors ask them not to, so it's people's fault really.
Sounds like an interesting magazine so if I get a kindle or kindle app I might have to download :)
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