Do you have a habit of binge watching Netflix shows? If so, Netflix cares and they are watching you.
In a tweet late Sunday night, the streaming giant called out 53 people who have watched the Netflix original movie 'A Christmas Prince' every day for the past 18 days by saying 'Who hurt you?'
To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?— Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017
This got the attention of a number of Netflix subscribers and trolls alike who are concerned about Netflix tracking not just their viewing patterns, but how long they are viewing the shows.
Some are saying that Netflix is giving off a "Big Brother" vibe by monitoring people's usage so closely, while others joked about Netflix monitoring their usage.
Snark is fun but publicly mocking the viewing habits of your paying customers, not so much. It's kind of creepy. Do you really want to remind people that you can track exactly what they watch?— Shayna (@ShayITP) December 11, 2017
This tweet is dumb in so many ways. Not only is it an unnecessary reminder of "Big Brother" tracking everything we do but it insults those who are likely amoung your most loyal customers. Way to go Netflix.— Only4RM (@Only4RM) December 11, 2017
The movie 'A Christmas Prince' is a Netflix original that was released on Nov. 17, 2017. It has also received a fair amount of criticism and praise with many people labeling it in the genre of 'so bad you can't look away.'
Netflix has more than 109 million users worldwide making them the leading subscription service for watching TV and movies.
Whether you're debating the quality of 'A Christmas Prince' or Netflix privacy policies, the tweets are certainly making for lively holiday discussion.
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