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Just a reminder that a guy was locked out of his Amazon services, plus $140,000 of cash and inventory from his shipping business, because he changed the name of the profile on his Kindle Fire to "baba". He was stuck in autoreply hell and wasn't able to get resolution until he made a huge stink on social media as is happening here.

https://www.reddit.com/r/amazon/comments/5gvgdl/using_a_amaz...




This makes me wonder if there should be laws enshrining corporate responsibility and perhaps a mandatory appeals process.


"But companies are people too, and they should be able to decide whom to do business with at a whim!"

Freedom of speech is meaningless, when you have no voice.




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