Friday, November 27

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Turns out you don’t have movies that you buy from Amazon, Apple, Google

A recent lawsuit launched on Amazon has brought to light that when you buy digital film, you don't really own it forever. The terms used by Apple, Google, and Amazon seem like the industry average. These terms allow users unlimited views of the movie or show they purchased, but if the company loses the license to that content, it will be removed from their online library. Personally, I've never heard of anyone having this happen to you outside of Netflix and other streaming services, but it's something to keep in mind. Amazon's attorney in the cases says that "These Terms of Use expressly state that buyers obtain only a limited license to view video content and that purchased content may become unavailable due to the provider's or...