Originally Posted by Kali Yuga
it appears that some Ayn Rand books are in the public domain, others are not. Chances are the screener made an error, and they didn't catch it for a few days.
In which case Amazon should be held liable for any damages done to the publishers and heirs of the works in dispute. That does not give them the right to log onto their customers private property and delete any files.
Just because I bought a computer (which I have) from Amazon, does that give them license to remote into it and delete any files they want? I think not!
The analogy would be if Amazon photocopied a protected book, and sold copies of it. Could they then come to my house without my permission and retrieve the book so that they would not have to pay damages to the original publisher? Just because they notified me that they were going to do it, they still canít break into my house or my computer or my Kindle or anything else of mine.