It seems to me that while his source was probably correct that Amazon's decision to impose restrictions was a business decision, not a legal requirement on them, it doesn't follow that I have a right to bypass that decision by fraud.
They ask what law one is breaking - it's payment of local taxes that would concern me. If I tell Amazon.com that I'm in the US, I don't pay VAT, and I suspect that it isn't legal to lie to a retailer so as to avoid VAT payment.
I hate geo restrictions, and wish that I could circumvent them with impunity, but I don't think I can.
Last edited by Ben Thornton; 03-19-2010 at 06:31 AM.