Well, paragraph 3 changed that…. Or did he? CJ Rosenbaum breaks the new TOS. What will be the factors of Amazon`s decision to compensate you or just some kind of screw seller of the value of their products? We don`t know exactly how this is going to happen, but these are some of the problems amazon sellers face. I think it is our point of view to write action plans for sellers that we have to argue that they should compensate or that they are required to compensate for whatever reason and to argue the provisions of F-4 when they owe money to the sellers. That is certainly something we need to find out. This paragraph hasn`t changed much, but it`s absolutely important for sellers to know how Amazon handles security issues, because as part of the arbitration team, I`ve seen several sellers who unfortunately are victims of hacked accounts, and we`ve seen Amazon handle these situations. The new contract, in which the contract stipulates that sellers are solely responsible for maintaining their security by password. So once again, Amazon is disempowering itself of any responsibility to protect sellers. In this case, as far as the security of their accounts is concerned. This is interesting, because while Amazon limits its liability, once again we do so positively, we see that Amazon will act responsibly in situations where an account is hacked.