'What’s more important: Assaulting people’s free speech rights or protecting their intellectual property rights? At Amazon, the biggest priority would seem to be the former, as reports are now surfacing about authors whose books are being openly counterfeited and sold on Amazon – even as Jeff Bezos and his army of anti-First Amendment foot soldiers spend most of their time, energy, and resources making sure that nobody sells or streams anything legitimate on Amazon that in any way questions vaccine safety or effectiveness.
During a recent interview with CBN, which you can view on YouTube, Alisse Wissman from InterVarsity Press explained how at least 15,000 fake copies of Christian author Tish Harrison Warren’s book, Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life had been sold by third-party Amazon sellers before the publisher caught wind of the scam and decided to pursue shutting it down.
A reader who had unknowingly purchased a counterfeit copy of Warren’s book apparently notified InterVarsity Press that “something was wrong” with her book, prompting an investigation by the publisher than uncovered a massive criminal racket. As it turns out, phony sellers had been marketing fake copies of Warren’s book without consequence, as Amazon was simply too busy censoring free speech to actually take notice.
“We had them send the copy to us to inspect it, and we went back and forth and checked, and it turned out that it was, in fact, counterfeit,” Wissman told CBN. “So we found out where she purchased it from, and were able to trace it through to a number of counterfeit, third-party sellers on Amazon.”
Not only was Warren’s book being counterfeited, but so were many other books by other authors and publishers, all of whom were being denied of their right earnings and royalties due to lost sales. And again, Amazon never would have noticed, let alone done anything about it, had a disgruntled customer not complained to InterVarsity Press.'
Read more: As Amazon focuses on banning vaccine awareness documentaries, scammers are busy selling counterfeit books and Jeff Bezos couldn’t care less
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