That's essentially punishing everybody for the actions of one player, a practice no one, including the founders would not accept as fair, nor just, if applied within the legal system.
They're also essentially helping cement AWS's position, because any potential newcomers in the cloud space would need gigantic resources to license software Amazon never had to license.
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