"An individual does not need to read an agreement in order to be bound by it," he added. "A merchant term of service agreement in an online consumer transaction is valid and enforceable when the consumer had reasonable notice of the terms of service."
Amazon filed a motion to dismiss her complaint earlier this week. They’re saying that because she wasn’t personally injured, the case can be thrown out. It can get a bit technical, but their motion has the meat and potatoes if you want to check it out below.
"Plaintiff claims that Defendant Amazon’s Prime Video service, which allows consumers to purchase video content for streaming or download, misleads consumers because sometimes that video content might later become unavailable if a third-party rights’ holder revokes or modifies Amazon’s license," Biderman wrote. "The Complaint points vaguely to online commentary about this alleged potential harm but does not identify any Prime Video purchase unavailable to Plaintiff herself. In fact, all of the Prime Video content that Plaintiff has ever purchased remains available."
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