Spammers are inundating Amazon’s self-publishing system, which lets users sell books for the Kindle online. By using content generators, spammers can publish over ten books a day, increasing their chances of being purchased. If Amazon doesn’t figure out how to stop the spam, it could seriously hinder the self-publishing market. Read the full article at Reuters.com
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