The authors pushed amazon to get a majority of authors to put books on amazon, and it`s the publishers` fault, because they don`t want to compete, to want to do all the amazon and to reap only the benefits, even if the authors receive less, because the publishers pay them less. Amazon can terminate the agreement at any time and block access to your account at any time, but they will inform you that they do. You can also block your account at any time for any reason (at your discretion) and you don`t have to tell you. contact. If you would like help with your Kindle app, service, Kindle store, Kindle content or other issues, please contact customer service at www.amazon.com/contact-us/ (or email kindle-cs-support@amazon.com). How much do Amazon`s digital services cost? by Edward John This is an agreement between you and Amazon.com Services LLC (with their related companies, «Amazon,» «us» or «us»). Please read these Amazon Kindle Store Terms of Use, Amazon.com Privacy Statement, Terms of Use Amazon.com and other applicable rules, policies and conditions posted on the Amazon.com website or in the Kindle Store or provided with a service (along with this «agreement») before purchasing or using any aspect of the service. By using the Kindle Store, buying or using Kindle content, using a Kindle app, or using any aspect of the service, you accept the terms of this Contract. If you do not accept the terms of this Contract, you can use the Kindle-Shop, not Kindle content, Kindle apps or service.

Jeff Bezos – CEO of Amazon – jeff@amazon.com Nader Kabbani, vice president of the KDP – nader@amazon.com Consumer Advocates Choice has hired an actor to read the entire agreement on YouTube in nine-hour installments – from episode one, «No Hope,» to the finale of the series «Darkestore the dawn.» Tom Godfrey, Choice`s media director, said many of the terms of use, not just From Amazon Kindles, were «totally inappropriate» in their length and complexity. Kobo, another brand of e-reader, had 9,844 words in its terms and conditions. Good morning, Paul. From what we`ve seen, Amazon hasn`t disclosed the exact parameters they use to decide how kenp (Kindle Edition Normalized Pages) is your book, but they will definitely redefine what a «page» is. The Kindle Normalized Page Count edition page of your book depends on the number of pages of paperbacks depending on the formatting of your book. Roger Packer in his article has mathematics, and a KENP seems to be about 200 words, although this number also varies according to the book: rogerpacker.com/blog/the-long-and-the-short-of-the-new-kindle-unlimited-kenpc-recount/ All sales via Apple and other online retailers are subject to terms of use that set the terms of sale. You can buy a track from the iTunes Store that can be used on a number of devices, or a copy of an e-book with credit restrictions or the devices on which it can be displayed – a «sale» with «conditions.» The «conditions» apply only to the person who entered into the contract; they do not necessarily bind a third party. In the context of patents, the Supreme Court granted, within that time, a review of a case to determine whether the privileges of the first sale are inferior by purchase «with conditions». Typically, this happens when the seller refers to the products as a «single use.» The question is whether this can only be applied by contract law and, in this case, it applies only to the buyer; or, as is the case with patent law, against anyone. Why does it make a difference? Let us take a case where Lexmark imposed a «unique» restriction on its cartridge boxes to prevent its competitors on the aftermarket from renovating and recharging cartridges and selling them for much less than the price of a new cartridge. If the patent restriction is maintained, Lexmark could argue these aftermarket companies for infringing their patents.