It’s not hard to stream anything online on Netflix.
The company has over 300 million users, and the app is used by millions of people each month.
Netflix has been in the news recently for a number of things.
The streaming giant has been sued over copyright infringement charges, and it’s also being sued by the US government for failing to protect users’ privacy.
But the company’s recent troubles may be even more serious.
Netflix is being sued over privacy violations in the US.
That’s the same country where the FBI was investigating the streaming giant over allegations of child pornography.
Netflix was accused of monitoring and sharing children’s personal data, including the ages of their parents, to identify which children were watching content.
The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, said on Wednesday that Netflix is now investigating how its own customers are being monitored.
“In the first few weeks of the new year, our investigation found that Netflix was engaged in practices that may violate Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which prohibits internet service providers from engaging in ‘tracking’ of users,” Bharara wrote.
“We have already begun investigating these practices and we are reviewing how we can best ensure that the company has the necessary legal remedies to protect the privacy of its customers.”
Netflix’s US legal team has been trying to reach a settlement with the US Government.
It’s been trying, and in recent weeks, Netflix has made a number different proposals.
In December, it proposed a new service called Netflix Prime, which would provide access to some of its most popular shows and movies.
Netflix Prime would be free to its users.
But Bharara said the company was also looking at ways to pay subscribers.
Netflix said that in a statement: “We’re not going to settle for less than what is fair and equitable.
Bharara did not say how many other countries Netflix was looking at. “
But it is essential that we do this in a way that doesn’t jeopardize the safety of Netflix users or harm their privacy.”
Bharara did not say how many other countries Netflix was looking at.
“As part of this ongoing investigation, we are looking into whether our customers are entitled to privacy protection under the laws of the United States and in other jurisdictions that have similar privacy protections for data shared by their Internet Service Provider,” Netflix said.
“The Federal Trade Commission and other federal and state agencies will continue to work with Netflix to ensure that this investigation is transparent and comprehensive.”
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