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Simple question I am sure but I cannot find the link....

My wife and I have watched some R rated movies in the past. These show up in the history list on my netflix account. I do not want my children seeing those movies nor watching them (either on the xbox or computer)

How do I remove the instant watch history.

Thanks.

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You can't.
Don't let your kids into your Netflix account and they can't see the titles.
Nope, you can hide movies from your friends under Movie Privacy but you can't take them out of your history so anyone using your account can see them. A lot of people ask about this so you might want to call Netflix and ask them to consider adding that feature. If enough members request it they might consider it. It's a free call and answered 24 hours a day. 1-866-716-0414

If I had this issue I'd buy my kids their own account - the 1 out unlimited Instant Watch @ $8.99 per month. Maybe I could drop my plan back to less dvds to help compensate if cost was an issue. Then we could watch anything we want and not worry about the kids seeing adult movies.
Oh yay...another privacy thread.

Has anyone made the first porn joke yet?

No?

Alright, here I go: Romanian albino midget porn.

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awww... .you are so cute and funny Pihk. how has that worked for you so far?
wow.


i will have to call. that is such a stupid thing not to have.

it would seem only logical to have that option.

--- also, Cheryl.... we don't let them without us there but the thing is that the movies will show up and they see them even if I am the one controlling the unit. see the issue with your suggestion?

also..... aces.. when we want to watch the movies in the living room the xbox is how we do it. so giving them their own account really wont help here.

are we 100% sure that netflix has failed to put this seemingly simple clickable option in there program> makes you wonder why they do this,.,.,,,,,,,
Well, it would seem only logical to those who would use it, which in all likelihood, would be a very small number of people. Good luck trying to get NF to add a feature only a small percentage would use. As Aces suggested, if I had this problem, I would get a second account. It costs about the same and you could use Instant Watch on it, too.

And no, we're not 100% sure of Netflix doing anything, because we are not Netflix. We suggest you call them. 1-866-716-0414.
Because then people would claim that they had not received/viewed a particular movie and then use it for leverage in asking for something for free. It's an honesty insurance policy.
No I don't see the issue. So they can see that Mommie and Daddy watched an R rated film--if indeed they know just from the title that it's any R rated movie. So what? Mommie and Daddy are adults and get to watch adult stuff.

They can't see the movie from your history, just the title.

If you really have a problem with it, stop watching adult titles.
LOL

your responses are golden!

sure seem to have it all figured out.

Good luck with your future of message board humping! may your wisdom shine on!
Good luck with the kids--since obviously you think Netflix should help out with your parenting duties.
Isnt that the truth Cheryl? It never ceases to amaze me how many parents think that "They" (whoever "They" might be) are responsible for protecting "their" children.

In my experience, if someones child is smart enough to get into mommy & daddies account, and then figure out where to go to see what movies they have watched etc.? They are a lot smarter then mommy or daddy give them credit for and have likely seen much worse.

Plus, there are rules, I had them as a kid, so whats the "parents" excuses today? It's quite simple.

"You WILL NOT do this, or "THIS" will be the consequence..."

Then when you catch your child doing "THIS", you make the consequence happen.

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