According to Netflix, 53 people had watched the movie every day for the past 18 days.
Netflix also released data showing that one viewer actually watched Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl for 365 days straight.
"The privacy of our members' viewing is important to us", a Netflix spokesperson told TheWrap in a statement.
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However, he also stressed that McGregor is only one of a few possible opponents when he ends his ring absence next year. If the McGregor-Pacquiao match happens, it will be only McGregor's second professional boxing match.
In business terms, this has always been viewed as a positive, that Netflix has been able to corral all this user data into a magical algorithm that helps them know what we want to watch before we do. However, many people are either unaware of such data collection practices or are indifferent about them, and thus are quite surprised when presented with the facts.
Rather than taking the route of Spotify and creating a personalized, interactive year in review, Netflix simply took to Twitter to fire shots at the 53 weirdos who watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days.
But this initial blase attitude on my part wasn't fair, because there are certainly many cases where such leaked viewing histories could have serious ramifications on someone's life. As you may have guessed, there were a few "Big Brother" references and the word "creepy" was used on more than one occasion.
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Google previously removed the play and pause buttons due to an issue that caused the device to constantly record users. Well, there's a bit of change though: you need to long-press the side because you can give a command.
Even though Netflix hasn't officially responded to the allegations of invasion of privacy, a number of Twitter users have jumped to its defence, stating that its a no-brainer that Netflix knows how many times shows are being watched and who watches them. It's what you'd expect from Facebook and Google, whose product you happen to be.
This should go without saying, but after a light-hearted tweet from the company was taken the wrong way by some of its users earlier in the week, Netflix have moved to clarify things.
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Over the weekend, Israeli airstrikes hit several militant sites in Gaza in response to rocket fire, killing two Hamas militants. This was the second tunnel destroyed using a new system to detect, expose and destroy tunnels in the past six weeks.