Bookseller offers readers vouchers to dump Kindles

Bookseller offers readers vouchers to dump Kindles

www.guardian.co.uk
New 'Amnesty' in Sydney store announced to fight back against Amazon's market dominanceAn Australian bookseller has announced that he will no longer stand "passively by while Amazon steals our customers and steals their reading choices", and is urging readers to throw their Kindles in a specially provided bin.Pages and Pages, one...
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