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Wayne_j

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I saw this video today:

It discusses this article:

"When an Amazon Prime Video user buys content on the platform, what they're really paying for is a limited license for “on-demand viewing over an indefinite period of time” and they're warned of that in the company's terms of use. That's the company's argument for why a lawsuit over hypothetical future deletions of content should be dismissed.

In April, Amanda Caudel sued Amazon for unfair competition and false advertising. She claims the company "secretly reserves the right" to end consumers' access to content purchased through its Prime Video service. She filed her putative class action on behalf of herself and any California residents who purchased video content from the service from April 25, 2016, to present.

On Monday, Amazon filed a motion to dismiss her complaint arguing that she lacks standing to sue because she hasn't been injured — and noting that she's purchased 13 titles on Prime since filing her complaint."

How stupid can you be to continue to make purchases on a platform you are currently suing.
 

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[...]How stupid can you be to continue to make purchases on a platform you are currently suing.
This answer may best be measured by use of the longest available 40 foot tape from Stanley Tools; which is currently available for $39.99 through Amazon Prime.:D
 
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