Vice News has obtained a copy of an internal Amazon document that lays out the legal case against Apple and Amazon for antitrust violations.
The document, which was obtained by Vice News, shows Amazon’s position on a number of topics including how to regulate content, and how it will deal with content that is not aligned with its interests.
It also lays out how it plans to use antitrust law to fight for better pricing and service.
Apple is also fighting to keep its dominance over the streaming market from changing.
In the latest filing with the US District Court in Seattle, Apple argues that Amazon has no “reasonable” alternative to its business model.
This is in contrast to the “common law” rules, which allow companies to engage in “fair and equitable” competition.
This is not the first time Amazon has challenged the terms of its merger agreement with Apple.
In August 2016, the court rejected Amazon’s request to keep the terms in place.
Amazon has argued that Apple is using the antitrust law for its own benefit.
Amazon is also challenging the terms and conditions of the deal that it entered into with Microsoft in November.
Amazon’s arguments are not unique.
Amazon sued the US Justice Department over the terms that were part of the $45 billion acquisition of Whole Foods in 2016.
The court ruled that the deal, which the company says is “more about the antitrust doctrine than the terms,” violated antitrust law.