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Amazon Hides Hoverboard Fire Dangers, Now Facing Product Liability Lawsuits
Amazon Hides Hoverboard Fire Dangers, Now Facing Product Liability Lawsuits

The 6 th Circuit United States Court of Appeals has ruled that Amazon knowingly withheld information about hazardous hoverboards during the 2015 holiday season. As you may recall, hoverboards — electronic self-stabilizing “skateboards” that run with a rechargeable battery — ...

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