Back in July, Amazon faced public outrage over their decision to delete ebook copies of 1984 and Animal Farm
from the Kindles of customers who purchased them. Shortly thereafter, CEO Jeff Bezos offered an apology
, acknowledging that Amazon handled the situation in a "stupid" and "thoughtless" manner. Now, they're offering something more substantial: anyone who had an ebook deleted can now have it restored
, apparently with annotations intact. Any customer who isn't interested in a new copy can get either an Amazon gift certificate or a check for $30.