Does the Amazon Content Policy apply to In-App Purchases as well as the main app or only to the main app?
My Fire TV app submission got rejected due to not complying with the Amazon Content Policy. Does anyone know if changing the app to require an in-app purchase before they can get to _any_ real content would let the app comply? This would move all content including any "possibly bad" content to being behind a pay-wall, but I don't know if this is sufficient. (That's sufficient for the Apple iOS App Store, but this is my first Amazon Fire app so I have no idea here.) Using an IAP I think also prevents the app from being used if Parental Controls are turned on, so that would block anything "bad" from younger users. (Unfortunately, the app's entire purpose is to deliver content, so while it doesn't provide any content itself that violates the policy, I'm guessing the reviewers decided that the content it lets users get to could violate the policy.)
[I had posted a more general version of this question earlier, but I didn't get any responses to that one so this is a more specific question.]