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Barozi said:

According to Playstation’s user agreement, when you purchase content from the Playstation Store, all you’re buying is a “personal license to use that Content for private, non-commercial use.” In effect, you “do not own the product.” As per the UA, if the company wished to remove the content from your account, even if you didn’t have a chance to see the content, then they can.

This has always been the case for most digital products. Even music and films, you aren't owning the piece of media, you are owning a copy of it on a type of storage, whether this is DVD, CD, Blu-Ray or attached to an account online.

Not saying Sony taking these products offline is right, but seems the blame should be on Canal Studio's side, if they are the ones telling Sony to take them down while they sort licencing agreements.

Last edited by The Fury - on 10 July 2022

Hmm, pie.