Amazon 'wiped Kindle' over 'abuse' claims

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Everything deleted from customer Kindle - but Amazon refuses to explain why

Amazon has been accused of closing customers' accounts and wiping their Kindle e-books - including books that they have legitimately paid for - over claims that they have "abused company policy". ...

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