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Amazon wipes customer’s Kindle and deletes account with no explanation | Money | guardian.co.uk

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“According to Amazon’s Kindle Store terms of use, “Kindle content is licensed, not sold”. Should you attempt to break the DRM security block or transfer your purchase to another device, Amazon may legally “revoke your access to the Kindle Store and the Kindle Content without refund of any fees.”

Technology writer Cory Doctorow suggested “the policy violation that Linn stands accused of is using a friend’s UK address to buy Amazon UK English Kindle books from Norway”. Under Amazon’s rules, this type of action is barred, as the publisher seeks to control what content is read in which territory of the world.”



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