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Congress mulls allowing Netflix movie-pick sharing on Facebook
Posted on 07/30/2012 2:17:10 PM PDT by bizlawnews
Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) subscribers in the United States would be able to join the online-video company's customers abroad in sharing their movie-rental picks on Facebook, under a Senate proposal tied to controversial federal cybersecurity legislation.
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Computers/Internet
KEYWORDS: bigbrother; facebook; netflix; privacy
To: bizlawnews; Revolting cat!; Slings and Arrows
I'll nevah share my guilty pleasures list with anyone!
posted on 07/30/2012 2:25:39 PM PDT
by a fool in paradise
(Eric Holder's NAACP rally against the voter ID laws required the press to bring govt issue photo ID.)
Why would you even want to share your movie rental choices on facebook anyways.....???
posted on 07/30/2012 2:31:23 PM PDT
under a Senate proposal tied to controversial federal cybersecurity legislation
OK, I'll bite - why is the Senate getting involved in Netflix picks? Who cares what you share on Facebook?
posted on 07/30/2012 2:51:32 PM PDT
(Islam is evil and must be eradicated)
How is this different form sharing music files?
posted on 07/30/2012 3:18:39 PM PDT
Because it’s only sharing the fact that you viewed them, not them.
posted on 07/30/2012 3:23:19 PM PDT
(Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends.)
one more example of too DAMN MUCH REGULATION... there is no reason there should have been a law to stop this and certainly not a need to fix it. OH wait I know they need lobbiest money in Washington, so the screw companies in order to HELP THEM. “STOP IT” stop the regulations, the taxes and spending.
posted on 07/30/2012 4:03:56 PM PDT
(the more laws the less justice)
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