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Old 10-15-2012, 01:23 AM   #173
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Originally Posted by shalym View Post
I may have to do just that--I always thought that I was against "piracy" and would never consider uploading a book/song/movie to a torrent site, or even emailing one to a friend. I do, however, share my Kindle account with my mother and cousin--we all buy books and read them on our various devices that are all tied to my account. According to what you are saying, though, this is considered piracy, and is against Amazon's terms of service. (Even though Amazon appears to condone it when you look at the guidance on the "Manage Your Kindle" page.) I wonder if our resident Ninja Lawyer will chime in with his thoughts?

Shari
I believe that what Amazon are intending is that sharing books within a household is fine, but wider-spread distribution is not permitted. But that's just my opinion; you need to ask CS.
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