rugrat:MikeB4: You purchase the right to view the content according to the sellers terms and conditions you agreed to at purchase time, as long as those terms and conditions comply with NZ law.
If you wish to do otherwise you should renegotiate the terms of the sale or take the issue to the appropriate authority if you believe the terms breach NZ law. You cannot simply unilaterally change the terms and conditions something circumvention does.
If someone provides a product cheaper or better to someone in another market, then as far as I'm concerned I have a right to purchase from that market.
If someone in my own country has paid more for it I don't see why I should be forced to buy off them, it's not my fault they paid more and I had nothing to do with the transaction between those two party's.
The all black Jersy was another one; people importing them from America would have been breaking the terms of sale over there.
Geo unblocking is just another version of Youshop.
It breaches the terms of Netflix, but if they want to terminate my account that's up to them. If they don't want my money they don't have to take it.
One news article looked at said about 30 million people using unlockers world wide. 21.9 million in China.
Not sure how locking out paying Chinese paying customers going to force their government to let it in, it'll just be goodbye to those customers and they'll find other means.
just because one thinks they have a right does not imply they actually have a right. You may think you have the right to use the fruit from your neighbours trees, it does not mean you have the right and there will be repercussions if
you use the fruit with out the right to do so.