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Netflix is now the latest target by the hacktivist group Anonymous, asking subscribers of the online streaming and DVD rental service to close their accounts in a protest towards the company.

YourAnonNews Twitter account has made tweets about the protest and apparently in response to “Flixpic”, which is a newly formed political action and fundraising committee backed by the firm.

“Netflix has formed a political action committe called FLIXPAC, Politico reports, citing federal filings for the new group. The group will be able to donate up to $5,000 per election to candidates for federal office.” the Youranonnews blog said.

Netflix has not been well received in the past year and a half  after making changes to its subscription fee’s — along with splitting up DVD and Streaming plans. With a movement from the Anonymous group protesting the company, some Anonymous followers have already canceled their accounts.

While not confirmed, Anonymous has linked the group and its aims to pro-SOPA support and lobbying, and accusing them of supporting CISPA, which has led the group to ask its followers and more to cancel subscriptions to protest against the company.

If true on Netflix’s part, shame on them. This’ll be interesting to see how it all unfolds.


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