Amazon Music has been given a thumbs up by fans and a thumbs down by critics.
The online music store has been accused of censoring the Christmas music video for the hit TV show, Black Mirror, which aired last year.
Amazon’s move comes amid rising fears of internet censorship after it was revealed that YouTube and Twitter had censored the popular TV show Black Mirror.
YouTube has also banned the popular music video, which stars Charlie Hunnam, after it received criticism over its controversial themes of gender, sexual violence and drugs.
Meanwhile, Twitter has also restricted the popular Black Mirror music video with a message saying it was a “hate crime”.
But Amazon Music says the controversial video was not banned from its streaming service.
“We’re very proud of the Black Mirror Christmas music music video.
We know many of you are as well, and we want to make sure this never happens again,” a spokesperson for Amazon Music told Business Insider.”
Our Christmas music channels have a range of festive music videos that you can watch online and enjoy while listening to the holiday music, which we love,” the spokesperson added.
Amazon Music has more than 1.2 billion monthly active users and is one of the most popular music streaming services in the world.
In the US, Amazon Music is available to both Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV Stick, Xbox One and Amazon Fire Phone.
Amazon has also rolled out the popular streaming music app Spotify on its iOS and Android mobile devices.