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Amazon argues Prime Video customers don’t own purchased content – Fox Business

The tech giant is arguing in a new court filing that Prime Video customers are actually paying for a limited license for “on-demand viewing over an indefinite period…

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According to Amazon, Prime Video customers do not actually own the content that they purchase on the streaming service.
Instead, the tech giant is now arguing that Prime Video customers are actually paying for a limited license for “on-demand viewing over an indefinite period of time.”
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