Netflix Creepily Trolls 53 Fans Watching 'Christmas Prince', Twitter Claps Back

Netflix Creepily Trolls 53 Fans Watching 'Christmas Prince', Twitter Claps Back

Netflix Creepily Trolls 53 Fans Watching 'Christmas Prince', Twitter Claps Back

I mean, jeez, Netflix is offering tinsel-dusted gruel on its platform and mocking people who consume said gruel every single day (for 18 days). And if Christmas Princes aren't your thing, we've got meet cutes, serial killers, queenpins, and babysitters gone bad.

Meanwhile, Netflix has defended their tweet, saying it doesn't identify individual users, as per a report by the BBC.

In the era of streaming, television and movie viewing has morphed into a mind-numbing binge-a-thon so insane that Netflix members collectively consumed than 140 million hours of content per day.

The streaming service might not release viewership numbers to the public (although Nielsen is trying to figure it out), but every so often, they'll give a hint as to who's watching, and how much.

Don't worry, they're not spying on you.

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Although the tweet was clearly intended as a joke, it still created some controversy.

Some are even comparing the tweet to bullying and saying the tweet shamed customers watching the feel-good movie.

The collection and processing of data on users is usually a part of the terms and conditions of signing up for services such as Netflix, but comes with legal responsibilities under the Data Protection Act.

The playful Netflix Twitter elf even tweeted back some sass at some of its responders.

However, the message doesn't appear to violate the company's privacy policies since Netflix did not share specific information about its users, like their names, according to a lawyer who spoke with the Washington Post. However, many people are either unaware of such data collection practices or are indifferent about them, and thus are quite surprised when presented with the facts.

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