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no its not discrimination based on race or gender , but perhaps of our success with them . also , Amazon is planning in the near future to sell alcohol themselves alongside retailers who pay them on a per click basis .
i am assuming , they are trying to get rid of their most successful retailers.
i do not know , if they can disable my shoppingfeed at their sole discretion
"Amazon Services and its affiliates reserve the right to refuse service, terminate accounts, or remove or edit content in their sole discretion."
but there are other retailers like me , who still have those prohibited items on their website , does this not constitute discrimination of some form?
why is there this double standard , why are we singled out ?
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