I mentioned the agreement in passing yesterday. Later in the day I stumble upon this great blog piece that is an annotated version of the Kindle license agreement.
Stowe Boyd does a great job of taking the agreement apart and explaining it in plain English. He concludes:
This is an enormous mess for Bezos and Amazon, and the license agreement is not going to protect them from their misdeeds.
Probably not good news for Amazon because class action law firm KamberEdelson is looking at suing Amazon for removing books from the Kindle.
Jay Edelson "says he intends to argue that the recall infringes on consumers' property rights. He will also argue that Amazon's ability to delete books makes the Kindle less valuable to consumers, who believed they were purchasing a device that would allow them to store books forever. Edelson says he intends to seek to represent all Kindle owners in the case against Amazon."
This is so much fun to watch! Stay tuned. . .