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Old 10-01-2009, 03:45 AM   #13
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Amazon's policy so far means that small independent non-US publishers like my own wee house had their ebooks (but not paperbacks) removed from all Amazon sites when the Kindle was released, because we don't have registered offices in the United States. If and when the Kindle spreads its wings and enters the rest of the world, it'll be interesting to see what new restrictions and shady deals Amazon will come up with. The company's greed is breathtakingly impressive in the brazenness of its ingenuity, scope and scale. N
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