Well guys, personally, the best way to attack this now is to simply cancel Netflix. Money is the only thing that talks. Yes, it's probably not Netflix per se that's pushing this, but the content providers. But the content providers currently believe that region blocking maximises their profits. We need to make sure that the way to maximise their profits is *not* to geo-block. And the only way to do that is not to support geo-blocking.
It's your money. You're trying to pay for something you could get for free. If they refuse to let you, then don't. It's that simple.
I'm sticking with Unblock-US because it continues to work for Hulu, HBO Now, and (last I checked) Amazon Prime (was about a month ago I last tried) and BBC iPlayer (which was the last Doctor Who series). But I cancelled Netflix a few months ago ... and you know what? The world hasn't ended.
I suppose it's only a matter of time before the others start to crack down as hard as Netflix did. And when they do, I'll cancel them too.
I support the rights of artists to make a living. But I respect the demands of middle-men to get paid for getting in the way about as much as they respect my demands for them to get out of the way.