So, there is a previous history list somewhere on your Netflix account that lists a bunch of stuff you don't like to watch. Just don't look at that history list = problem solved.
And I'll bet you're a real prick to your family as well.
Holy Jebus. How does that solve this problem in the slightest?
It's the recommended list. Because of these movies, all the recommendations are based on her hours of anime and teenage stuff.
If it's the recommendations he's worried about, then there's nothing to worry about. Recommendations are based on ratings. We do not know if his niece rated any of those titles, but we must assume she didn't. If she DID rate them, then all he has to do is clear the ratings. The previous history list serves no purpose but to show you and Netflix everything that has gone through your account (like a bank statement). There are also other means of clearing recommendations as well. Problem solved.
And no, my family loves very much.
I started a Facebook page called "Make Netflix Allow Users to Delete History Or We'll Mass Unsubscribe." Meaning, a good number of generally happy customers that are not happy about this particular feature can band together, voice their concerns and send a clear signal to Netflix that if they want to keep us, they will need to respond or there will be a large number of Netflix customers that will "go dark" or close their accounts in protest until they make a change. My guess is Netflix cannot afford to lose large masses of it's customer pool. If enough people feel strongly about this, Netflix will change their stance or risk losing another large number of subscribers. I don't do this to hurt them as I do enjoy the Netflix service and desire to continue to do so. I sincerely hope that if anything comes of this, they will emerge as strong as ever. If nothing comes of this, oh well, I tried.
Oh noes....dey haz teh facebooks11111111
how many more movies would you sample if others did not know you watched them?
None, I don't care what others think about what I watch and I talk to them about it. But see, I'm just transparent like that. And yes, I have kids with access to our Netflix account.
That’s my theory.
That would be a good theory if it had an credence.
I certainly don't care if somebody at Netflix that I don't know and will never meet sees what I rent. I didn't even care when we had friends sharing.
Yep, give up a little bit of privacy here, a little bit there, it just don't matter.
Did I get it right?