We usually find entertainment by watching any shows or any films. But it doesn’t need to be any movie theater or any television right! Because these days many live telecasting and self employed shows on certain websites, are common these days like Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Through these websites one can access to the shows, and many more movies to watch. This is absolutely a good things to have, we can get the stuff what ever we like within the phone we have.
But what if the website don’t allow us to have the rights that we purchase the movies on the website?
This seems really ridiculous. I mean for example in this you can access the movie which you purchase them as a prime member and paying monthly and yearly. But what the website does, the movie you purchase will clear anytime after certain period of time.
This might be the common for few members but it is not at all the good deed for few. And in the same way one of the subscriber of Amazon felt this as misused and filed a lawsuit against amazon prime.
Amazon Prime Got Lawsuit By Its Subscriber
One of the subscriber of Amazon Prime, taken issue with the lack of transparency over Amazon video purchases, and has filed a lawsuit against Amazon.
California Amazon subscriber has filed a lawsuit against Amazon for misleading customers on whether they own movies that they “purchase” on Prime Video.
The service terms of Amazon Prime reads like. Purchased Digital Content will generally continue to be available to you for download or streaming from the Service, as applicable, but may become unavailable due to potential content provider licensing restrictions or for other reasons, and Amazon will not be liable to you if Purchased Digital Content becomes unavailable for further download or streaming.”
The lawsuit alleges that the service doesn’t inform users that the company cut off access to the content they’ve purchased through the platform at its discretion.