AdvertisementYeah, in case you didn’t know, you don’t really own what you buy on Prime Video.
the person owns it – when in fact that is not true because Defendant or others may revoke access to the Video Content at any time and for any reason.
Particularly since there’s no user agreement that pops up upon purchase to explain to customers that they won’t actually own the video content after hitting “Buy”.
Amazon did not immediately respond to Gizmodo’s questions regarding the case and whether it plans to make this policy more apparent during Prime Video’s purchasing process.
Though I fully sympathize with the plaintiff in this one, I’ll be surprised to see if this lawsuit ends up making any waves.

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