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Topic # 190880 15-Jan-2016 09:49
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Sounds ominous - wonder how effective it will be?

https://media.netflix.com/en/company-blog/evolving-proxy-detection-as-a-global-service

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t the very least it looks like we can look forward to some disruption in the next few weeks.




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  Reply # 1471691 15-Jan-2016 10:28
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Wait and see I guess. It's probably going to be like whack a mole and who is smarter - Netflix or Unotelly/Unblock/VPN service




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  Reply # 1471693 15-Jan-2016 10:31
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Ugh, that is unfortunate. I hope Unotelly can stay on top of them. I imagine if they can't, subscriptions to Unto telly etc will plummet. 


 
 
 
 


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