Amazon has agreed to pay $150,000 in a lawsuit filed by 17-year-old student Justin Gawronski, who sued the online retailer after George Orwell's novels "1984" and "Animal Farm" were deleted from his Kindle, along with his homework, reports the Los Angeles Times. The money, after going to the law firm representing the teen, will be donated to charity. Gawronski and others who'd downloaded the books already had been compensated for the loss, with a $30 gift certificate. The Orwell books had been added to the online retailer's site by a company that did not have the rights to sell them....

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