Amazon alters rules for Kindles in school libraries

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Amazon alters rules for Kindles in school libraries

Aug 02 2011

Amazon has apparently created new rules governing the use of its Kindle ereader in school libraries in the USA. Amazon's website states that content cannot be loaded across multiple devices at one time and that each Kindle be tethered to its own account.

If permanent, the new rules could hamper the use of Kindles in school libraries, where ebooks, up until now, have typically been shared among up to six devices, and having to manage content on each single device would be impractical.

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