>>63733092>wanting to use a device where the company can delete all your shit with impunity because of the clause stating they own all ebooks you "buy" from them
It's happened before: they deleted a user's entire account (thousands spent on books) for no fucking reason, and ended up snubbing them with the old CS circlejerk of death:>"You deleted my shit for no reason!">CS rep minimum wage pajeet (poo for short): "computer says we deleted your account because you violated 'X'">"but I didn't violate 'X'!>Poo: "computer says we deleted your account because you violated 'X'. Did I provide good customer serbice?"
They only got it reversed because they were fucking some big shot tech blogger that spammed it across the net letting it gain traction.
Can't imagine how many others out there who DIDN'T have an industry connection got screwed over by amazon with no recourse. Funnily enough, they also mass deleted 1984 of kindles too lmao.
Kindle shit. Not even once.
Also, kobo adaptive candle lighting is goat; papershit can't hope to ever compete.