If the Studio agrees to sell rights to Netflix to play a movie only in the US. You circumvent T&C's and watch it here in NZ through NF US, the studio has not been pain for you viewing it. So, $10 for US rights only, $20 for US and NZ rights so by circumventing $10 is lost to the studio bringing a reduced ROI, reduced returns on investment will flow onto less investment and a lose, lose scenario.
Wrong, because I'm paring the equivalent charge in the UK or US, so the equivalent revenue share is finding its way back to the rights holder. Just like if I were a US viewer
No, the studio has a price for the US and a price for NZ it is not either or it is both. They are in effect charging you say $20 her not the $10 payable in the US. If NF has paid for ONLY US viewing then only US viewing it is. you may not
like it but that's life.
I give up. You're completely missing the point, deliberately or not I don't care. As others have said, this has become a circular argument and I'm butting out of it
No I am not
Are you a US resident?
Are you accessing Netfix's US library?
Has Netflix paid royalties for all it's US library to be viewed in NZ?
again are you a US resident?