Netflix kede crackdown lori VPN olumulo !

Netflix Announces Crackdown on VPN Users !

Sisanwọle iṣẹ yoo se awon lilo nileô ati VPN iṣẹ gẹgẹ bi awọn Hola lati wiwo akoonu-ašẹ fun miiran awọn ẹkun ni


Agbara nipasẹ Guardian.co.ukYi article ti akole “Netflix kede crackdown lori VPN awọn olumulo” a ti kọ nipa Alex Hern, fun theguardian.com on Friday 15th January 2016 11.40 UTC

Netflix ti kede eto lati kiraki mọlẹ lori awọn alabapin ti o lo irinṣẹ bi nileô tabi VPNs lati wo awọn fidio lati orilẹ-ede miiran.

Ṣe bẹ yoo fun olumulo wọle si kan Elo o tobi asayan ti oyè, ṣugbọn opin si Netflix ká ofin ti iṣẹ - bi daradara bi kikan adehun Netflix ni o ni pẹlu awọn akoonu olupese.

Ninu oro kan, Netflix Igbakeji Aare David Fullagar wi: "Awọn ẹgbẹ lo nileô tabi 'unblockers' lati wọle si oyè wa ni ita wọn agbegbe. Lati koju yi, a bẹ kanna tabi iru igbese miiran ile ise se. Yi ọna ti o tẹsiwaju lati da ati awọn ti a ti wa ni dagbasi pẹlu ti o.

"Ti o tumo si ni ọsẹ to nbo, awon lilo nileô ati unblockers yoo nikan ni anfani lati wọle si awọn iṣẹ ni awọn orilẹ-ede ibi ti nwọn Lọwọlọwọ ni o wa. A ni o wa igboya yi ayipada yoo ko ikolu ẹgbẹ ko nipa lilo nileô. "

Nileô ati awọn VPNs ti wa ni irinṣẹ ti ipa a aṣàmúlò ni asopọ ayelujara nipasẹ kan kẹta ṣaaju ki o to bajẹ pọ si awọn ayelujara. Wọn ti wa ni commonly lo lati boju awọn IP adirẹsi, ati bayi ti ara ipo, ti a ayelujara olumulo ká kọmputa.

Awọn iṣẹ ni o wa gbajumo laarin Netflix awọn olumulo, paapa awon ita ti US, nitori nwọn o gba wiwọle si fidio ti Netflix ti ni iwe-ašẹ fun orilẹ-ede miiran sugbon ko ara wọn. ki o ma, awọn iwuri ni lati wọle si media ti Netflix ti ko ni iwe-ašẹ fun ọpọ awọn orilẹ-ede nitori kan aini ti eletan (fun apẹẹrẹ, a Korean émigré le fẹ lati wo awọn fihan lati ile won orilẹ-ede, eyi ti o ti ko ti ni iwe-ašẹ fun British olugbo nitori kan aini ti eletan); ṣugbọn diẹ commonly, awọn drive jẹ nìkan wipe awọn US version of Netflix, o ṣeun si awọn oniwe-tobi oja, ni o ni a significantly dara asayan ti English-ede media ju miiran awọn ẹkun ni.

Awọn lilo ti nileô wà tun paapa gbajumo ni awọn orilẹ-ede ibi ti awọn iṣẹ ti ko ifowosi se igbekale, bi eleyi (titi laipe) Australia ati New Zealand. Ṣugbọn apa ti awọn iwuri fun Netflix nipari wo inu si isalẹ lori awọn lilo ti nileô dabi lati wa ni awọn oniwe-fii yi osù wipe o yoo wa ni gbesita ni agbaye, si gbogbo orilẹ-ède miiran ju China, Siria, North Korea and Crimea.

Fullagar wrote that “We are making progress in licensing content across the world and, as of last week, now offer the Netflix service in 190 awọn orilẹ-ede, but we have a ways to go before we can offer people the same films and TV series everywhere.

“Over time, we anticipate being able to do so. Ni bayi, given the historic practice of licensing content by geographic territories, the TV shows and movies we offer differ, to varying degrees, by territory. Ni enu igba yi, we will continue to respect and enforce content licensing by geographic location.”

Last January, Netflix was forced to deny rumours that it had launched a crackdown on users of VPN services after reports of blocked access. At the time, the company said it was using “industry standard methods to prevent illegal VPN use”, and the vast majority of VPN users continued to be able to watch region-locked content without issues.

But increasing pressure from content providers, who only grant Netflix the rights to stream certain content in certain locales, could be the reason for the change in policy. While Netflix has historically benefited from income from users who paid to access locked content, it now has to play nice worldwide in order to build up large libraries in its hundred-plus new nations.

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