Saint Matthew wrote:If you rent a movie off of netflicks and halfway through Lord of the Rings Gandalf turned into Samuel L Jackson....wouldn't you be upset? You aren't not owning the movie in any form but you agreed to pay for something with expectations. They, I suppose, have a right to bait and switch but no matter how "right' they are it still leaves a bad taste in the consumers mouth.
Clint wrote:The bits and bytes having no value is about the most juvenile one I have heard yet. Of course these things have value. An entire itunes collection of movies and songs is just bits and bytes, yet Apple makes billions off of them and people invest money into them. To think that something does not have value unless it is tangible and able to be put in ones had is silly.
jozier wrote:A more accurate analogy would be: you signed up for Netflix and fell in love with a movie or TV show on it. And then Netflix removed that show or movie. And that happens all the time.
MarvelMan wrote:jozier wrote:A more accurate analogy would be: you signed up for Netflix and fell in love with a movie or TV show on it. And then Netflix removed that show or movie. And that happens all the time.
This made me think about netflix pulling Star Wars and replacing it in their collection with Space Balls.
Saint Matthew wrote:Do we have any lawyers or law students that play? Out of curiosity I would like their thoughts on this matter.
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