Eugh, what horrible legislation. The only sane response to such laws is to ignore them. Which it seems everybody does anyway.
The idea that the only way to get a digital version of a book is to do so with phone-home drm is awful. The idea that removing that misfeature is an offense is so much worse.
DRM pushes many more towards unregulated p2p redistribution, which is probably a good thing, except that it doesn't address the question of compensating the creators (though for some industries, such as music, apparently nor do the traditional distributors).