A trade group that represents Facebook, Google and Amazon sent a letter to President-elect Donald Trump on Monday that included a roadmap of key policy priorities covering topics like immigration and net neutrality, as well as copyright and patent reform.
The Internet Association, whose members also include Netflix and Uber and other tech companies, congratulated Trump on his victory and said the industry “looks forward to engaging in an open and productive dialogue” about key issues.
Source: Tech Giants Send Trump a Roadmap on Copyright, Encryption, Net Neutrality | Billboard
In mid-January, the global streaming service began cracking down on customers who use these services to sneak across borders. The move was Netflix’s attempt to honour its country-exclusive licensing agreements with Hollywood studios.
Many unblocking companies remained defiant, declaring they would find workarounds for customers now blocked from Netflix. But that defiance is waning.
Source: Netflix hammers cross-border watchers and there may be no way out – Business – CBC News