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Uploaded on Dec 3, 2011

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Ron Schenone has been a satisfied Amazon Prime customer for six years (which makes sense, because being a dissatisfied customer for six years would just be silly). During this time, he's seen lots of people loosely interpreting the meaning of "household" with regard to which relatives of an Amazon Prime account holder are allowed to use the service. But how literal is Amazon's use of the word "household?" Ron actually reads the fine print in the terms of service to find out the official answer.

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