Netflix's plan for beating VPN masking: make content the same around the world

The process of VPN masking as it relates to Netflix--fooling the network about your IP address so you can access the SVOD company's lineup in another global territory--doesn't exactly count as digital piracy. One still has to subscribe to Netflix in order to pull it off. But the leading video streamer isn't cool with it, just the same. But Netflix has a strategy to head off this annoying global consumption trend--make its content the same around the world, so that users have no incentive to perform VPN masking. FierceOnlineVideo has a complete report on the SVOD provider's response here. 

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