We’ll admit it. We’re pretty intrigued by the Kindle over here at the Am Law Daily. Although most of us still read books the old-fashioned way, we occasionally peek over the shoulders of fellow commuters to check out what they’ve downloaded.

Now users of those Kindles we’ve coveted can join a class action suit filed Thursday by Chicago-based plaintiffs shop KamberEdelson that alleges Amazon violated the device’s terms of use when it deleted copies of George Orwell’s “1984″ and “Animal Farm” from Kindle users’ electronic libraries.

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