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Close Reading Amazon's Statement About Its Dispute With Hachette

Posted at 7:51AM Thursday 29 May 2014

Amazon does not like to speak to the press about anything and it especially doesn't like talking to the press when it's being a bully. Yesterday, in a statement published on its Kindle forum, the company did the unexpected and responded to a growing wave of criticism from authors, journalists, and consumers. The .

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