This is not an isolated incident.
Netflix promptly responded: "No you're fine".
Netflix called out exactly 53 anonymous users. But in my experience working at tech companies, it's not infrequent that sensitive material and broad access was available even to low-level employees-look at the third-party contractor who was able to turn off Trump's Twitter account for ten glorious minutes and the lack of safeguards therein.
Jurgen Klopp Asks Journalists A Question. Instantly Regrets It
For all these games I really think if we have the quality in the squad that we have we have to use it. Only Manchester United in 2002 have made more in Premier League history at this stage of the campaign.
Apple to Acquire Shazam
It's also not hard to imagine that the often used Save To Spotify feature within the Shazam app will go away forever. Because according to The Wall Street Journal , Shazam accounted for 10% of all digital music purchases past year .
Geoffrey Rush sues Australian paper for `inappropriate behaviour` claim
The stories accused rush of misconduct during his time at the Sydney Theatre Company during a production of King Lear in 2015 and 2016.
'A Christmas Prince, ' starring... doesn't matter, you've never heard of them, is a Netflix original about an undercover reporter that... again, doesn't matter.
'Ok @Netflix you are creeping me out that you keep tabs on us like that.and just so we are clear, I'm a writer/filmmaker so all those horror movies with tons of sex and nudity were watched repeatedly for educational purposes only!' But what seems to have struck a nerve is that Netflix is using information to share viewing habits publicly. All your secrets that involve watching Parks and Recreation for the fifth time this year, at least.
It makes you think about how much data Netflix is hoarding about each user.
The playful Netflix Twitter elf even tweeted back some sass at some of its responders.