How much longer do we have to pretend that paying for a streaming service and not being able to access some of its catalogue because of your country is ok?

How much longer do we have to pretend that paying for a streaming service and not being able to access some of its catalogue because of your country is ok?

What do you think?

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  1. It’s gonna continue until countries can agree on and coordinate the operation of content licensing and laws. So. A while. Countries don’t like to get along.

  2. In America and other countries like us imagine it is like sifter sure some stuff may not come through but again it’s gotta be like super bad. ( What ever is considered bad by that country and others America). Compared to say some countries like China where everything is like a funnel and then 1,000 sifters on the other end, so that only what the stuff china would want you to see comes through. So many people in those countries don’t have the same knowledge as us I.E. other countries have less restriction. So to answer your question the only reason you are complaining and many other people are is because you have a lot of freedoms but not all the freedoms. ( amusing you come from America or a country like it).

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    TLDR: Just pirate crap my guy.

  3. I think it’s definitely not ok. It’s one thing when there are licensing restrictions that prohibit access to certain content in certain countries, but it’s another thing altogether when services like Netflix deliberately restrict access to content in order to extract more money from subscribers. I’m hopeful that at some point in the near future we’ll see a new generation of streaming services that are much more equitable and don’t place these kinds of restrictions on their users.

  4. What is not okay about it? You agreed to pay a certain amount of money for a certain amount of delivered content.

    Don’t sign the contract if you don’t like its terms.

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