Prevent Netflix from changing the show

When I look at a series with several episodes, I like that Netflix plays the next episode automatically.

However, at the end of a program there is always an attempt to load another unrelated program, which I strongly disagree with.

I've found the option to stop all automatic renderings, but that's a step too far and I have not seen an intermediate option.

Is there an option to play the next episode, but not to switch to another show? If so, where is it hidden?

Your Netflix subscription exceeds the taxes Forum promotion

Sanders: "Your $ 8.99 Netflix subscription is more than the company that has paid in federal income taxes."

According to the Netflix ™ 10K form, the company paid $ 133,146,000 in foreign taxes, but nothing to the US government. Sanders wants to change that and get them to pay the federal government. Do you agree with his statement?

Increase the volume of streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix without having to turn on the speakers

As long as I remember a computer I used, the volume for streaming movie services like Amazon Prime, Netflix and others is always absurdly low. I can set the maximum volume of my Windows system, but the only way to get a nice volume out of a stream is to turn the volume control on the speaker. This creates a serious imbalance between streaming and system volume, rendering my system virtually useless for anything else that might be making noises as it is disproportionately loud compared to the streaming volume. Strangely enough, general video sites like YouTube are played back home at a volume that matches the volume of my system.

Can I do anything to increase the volume of streaming services to over 100% without affecting the Windows system volume? And why do streaming services try so hard to gimp the audio stream while ensuring that the video stream suffers the least possible loss of quality? Shorten them because they know that the user can only turn on their speakers, or is there a different reason?

Increase the volume of streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix without having to turn on the speakers

As long as I remember a computer I used, the volume for streaming movie services like Amazon Prime, Netflix and others is always absurdly low. I can set the maximum volume of my Windows system, but the only way to get a nice volume out of a stream is to turn the volume control on the speaker. This creates a serious imbalance between streaming and system volume, rendering my system virtually useless for anything else that might be making noises as it is disproportionately loud compared to the streaming volume. Strangely enough, general video sites like YouTube are played back home at a volume that matches the volume of my system.

Can I do anything to increase the volume of streaming services to over 100% without affecting the Windows system volume? And why do streaming services try so hard to gimp the audio stream while ensuring that the video stream suffers the least possible loss of quality? Shorten them because they know that the user can only turn on their speakers, or is there a different reason?

American Factory – how to look on Netflix

So I've been watching this trailer of a new Netflix documentation – American Factory, and I'd like to see it, but unfortunately it's not on my Netflix, which means I have to switch libraries, does anyone know which library is my friend? also said Surfshark works well with Netflix, but that was 4 months ago, maybe some of you have recently tried? I'm considering buying your subscription so it would be good to be safe before signing up. I know ExpressVPN and NorthVPN …

American Factory – how to look on Netflix

Netflix Chromecast does not work on Fire 7 tablets

I have a brand new Fire 7 Tablet.

I've downloaded and installed all the required Google Apps for the Play Store to work properly. I downloaded YouTube from the Play Store. I'm successfully transferring YouTube videos from the firefighter to my Chromecast.

Unfortunately, I still can not do Netflix casting, although I can do it from YouTube. I am using the Netflix version installed in the Amazon Fire App Store. I tried to find netflix in the Play Store, but Netflix must be restricted in the Fire Store Play Store because I can not find netflix in the Play Store.

Can I get netflix to transfer videos from a fire tablet?

Vulnerability – Possible attack via Netflix; What measures should I take, if any?

Late last night I received an email to reset the password from info@mailer.netflix.com.

It looked real, but I did not ask for a password reset. I checked the "last account access" of my account, but found nothing out of the ordinary.

I did Not Click through and do Not Reset my password over another channel. I just left it.

In the early morning I received another email about 3 hours after the first one

Subject: – Netflix – Unlock Your Account –

Email Info:

    from:   Secured Customer 
reply-to:   "info@gov.co.uk" 

E-mail Content:

- Encrypted attachment –

This message contains 1 encrypted attachment.

This message can only be opened by .

PDF password : 2121

Attached is a file named "Netflix – Unlock -.pdf" which is 112 KB long.

Is there something I should do about it, except to ignore it? (Either for myself or as a socially responsible "Internet user")

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BlackHatKings: Proxies and VPN area
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Post Time: June 15, 2019 at 15:51.