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Would a Netflix monopoly kill local content?

No, argues InternetNZ executive. With reader poll result and special feature audio.

Chris Keall
Tue, 26 Apr 2016

Most NBR readers think Netflix, egged on by Hollywood, is self-defeating in its attempt to crack down on those who try to access its better-populated US service from New Zealand.

That's certainly the popular cocktail party and Twitterati view and the government isn't about to go against it.

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Chris Keall
Tue, 26 Apr 2016
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