It’s no secret that movies on Netflix have become increasingly popular among the Indian movie-goers in recent years.
As per a recent survey conducted by MovieHub, the average subscriber has watched over 13,000 movies and television shows in 2016.
The survey also revealed that the average user of Netflix has watched nearly 30,000 hours of TV shows and movies.
Netflix is known for its quality and ease of use.
Netflix’s privacy policies are based on a one-year commitment.
The policy states that Netflix “will never sell or share your personal information.”
Netflix also states that it “does not collect or use any personally identifiable information about you other than as needed to provide you with the services and content you have requested.”
In a blog post last week, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings wrote, “I’ve said many times, we want you to be able to choose your own experience and we have a plan in place to make sure that you’re happy with what we do and how we do it.”
However, a recent report by New York Times journalist Glenn Greenwald revealed that Netflix has “a much more expansive policy for when it comes to the data that is collected about its users.
The data collection is far more extensive than anyone has previously disclosed.”
While Netflix’s policy is not entirely transparent, the company does seem to be moving towards more transparency.
According to the new policy, “If you don’t want to receive any personalized advertising from us, we may be able for you to block the collection of your data, such as the content you watch or your browsing habits.
We can also limit the collection and use of certain types of data, including your IP address, geographic location, and credit card information.
We may also block certain types and locations of apps and other services that may be used to collect your data.”
Netflix has not yet revealed any further details about its privacy policies.
However a recent tweet by the company suggests that Netflix will soon unveil a new policy.
This new policy will be made available in India in the coming months.
The new policy includes several new features and features that users will be able access from a number of new areas of the app.
Netflix says that “all of our privacy practices will be consistent with the privacy practices of all our content partners in India, and will align with the most up-to-date practices.”
Netflix’s new privacy policies come at a time when India is looking to become the largest streaming video market in the world.
According a report by Digiday, India has the largest population in the country with nearly 21 million people.
In 2016, India accounted for more than 70% of all streaming video subscriptions in the United States.