Free Beacon 
August 24, 2018
Amazon banned the sale of a gun book on Wednesday night for an unexplained violation of the company’s rules.
The listing for The Liberator Code Book: An Exercise in Freedom of Speech, which had been available on Amazon since Aug. 1, was removed from Amazon’s website. The web address where the book had previously been listed  now redirects to an error page. The web address  where a Kindle book titled The Liberator: An .STL File Published as a Book also now redirects to an error page.
Both books had been published through Amazon’s self-publication services. Amazon told the Washington Free Beacon it was banning publication of the books and their sale through their website.
“This book was removed for violating our content guidelines,” Jack Evans, an Amazon spokesperson, told the Free Beacon.
Evans directed the Free Beacon to the Kindle Direct Publishing content guidelines , which ban the publication of pornography, offensive content, illegal and infringing content, public domain and other non-exclusive content, and books that result in a “poor customer experience.” Amazon refused to elaborate on how the books violated their guidelines.
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