You probably already knew you don’t technically own the majority of digital content you download on major platforms like Steam and Amazon Prime – instead, you’re paying for a license to access that content in a lot of cases. 

This week, Amazon Prime Video reiterated this point as part of a motion to dismiss a lawsuit over allegations of unfair competition and false advertising. According to THR, the complaint argued that Amazon “secretly reserves the right” to stop users accessing content purchased through Prime Video.


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