Amazon bans shoppers who return too much, judge says Trump can't block users on Twitter
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Some Amazon customers are saying the company banned them for returning too many items.
The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon's flexible return policy might have Have limits, with some users reporting account bans without warning.
Amazon's return policy doesn't tell customers that returning too many items can get them kicked out but its conditions of use say the company reserves the right to terminate accounts at its discretion.
A federal judge ruled President Trump can't block Twitter users from following him, even if they're critical of his policies.
The Night First Amendment Institute sued the President on behalf of seven blocked users in July of 2017.
And a U.S. District Court judge agreed with the plaintiffs.
In her ruling, she decided Trump's Twitter is a designated public forum, meaning users commentary toward it is subject to First Amendment protections.
And finally, we previewed HTC's newest smartphone, the U12 Plus.
With a six-inch display, double cameras in the front and back, and customizable touch-sensitive sides, HTC seems to want to set it apart from the competition.
The U12 Plus ships in mid-June and pricing starts at $799 in the US, with UK and Australian costs to be announced soon.
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