Apparently Kindle removed George Orwell's 1984 from its system and refunded downloaders.
Now aside from the tin hatters (it also removed Atlas Shrugged), as this is apparently a copyright issue, what gets me is that you only licence the e-book, you don't own it and Amazon can remove any copy of any book you downloaded.
Well that sucks. It's the equivalent of buying a book then someone coming into your house and leaving a fiver in its place whenever they want.
So Kindle is more akin to a library than a bookshop.
Glad I haven't paid £200 for one
Hat tip: Old holborn