Amazon Lawsuit Shows He Who Lives by the Pixel, Dies by the Pixel
A 17-year-old Michigan kid has a novel excuse for not getting his homework in on time: Amazon's (AMZN) Kindle ate his book report. Justin Gawronski is a contemporary kid so he got an attorney to press his claim against Amazon.com in Federal Court.Mixing high-tech and lawyers suggests the old ways are best: Pen paper and the family dog have served generations of slackers admirably. Gawronski an advanced-placement student said his notes lost all relevance when Amazon deleted electronic copies of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four from his Kindle during a copyright dispute. The kid says he used the electronic book reader’s note ...
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