Isn't this sort of like that other e-books shop that shut down and deleted content from customers readers? I think it was Microsoft, if I remember correctly. So serious question at what point does the authors' past history stop mattering? Like Charles Dickenson was an asshole to his wife to the point that most of his older female characters, like Havishsham, being directly based on her and basically implying that women past a certain age is not worth staying with. Yet people always see his work as a classic. So should we not read the work? Or, because he's dead, its okay to read it?