I guess if amazon get paid for these kind of links they either don't care or are not interested in helping their customers to get banned by breaking the rules from the game they just bought.
ALL paying MMORPG's are against this kind of service (including most of the players who play them).
It breaks the TOS that you have to agree too in order to play online and if caught (which they CAN trace) you'll end up with a banned account and you're no longer able to play. ie. you lose money and your game.
Of course its a free world and if people use this service its up to them. But, by linking it on the amazon website it can be seen as an 'ok' thing to do.
Think before you click and check the rules before you lose out.
i was actually a very annoyed at seeing the link to gold sellers and power level sites on amazon given that for these sites to function they have to hack active accounts and steal funds from others or hack accounts to farm with and cause the player to lose playing time.
amazon you should be ashamed of yourselves for even thinking linking those sites is a good idea.
The links are there automatically and provided by whatever company Amazon employs to provide them. It doesn't make it right though and someone on the STO forum seems to have been hacked already so be warned.