To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?— Netflix US (@netflix) 11 december 2017
That's pretty creepy @netflix. Is it in your Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy that you will collect and analyze viewing habits so that you can mock people via social media? Asking for a friend. #fb— Andrew Strutt (@andrew_strutt) 11 december 2017
I imagine the folks at Netflix might agree. The engineering behind 1984's tech is somewhat crude compared to what's available to Netflix today.— Android Developer (@androider) 12 december 2017
Big Brother is watching you, and he’s worried about your emotional health TBH. https://t.co/DSBYheFx8F— Trey Graham (@treygraham) 11 december 2017
Can someone swing by and do a welfare check on the 53 people who just got subtweeted by Netflix? https://t.co/7dEe2yaasg— Liam Stack (@liamstack) 11 december 2017
I'm 100% here for anonymous Netflix shaming https://t.co/63zLBK9Lgl— Jared Rizzi (@JaredRizzi) 11 december 2017
Every breath you take— Pres. Blame Obama (@Heisenfurr) 11 december 2017
Every move you make
Every bond you break
Every step you take
I'll be watching you.
"That's a love song right Sting?"
Sting: "No. It was a prophecy I made about Netflix and the NSA."
"Bitchin' Sting! I have a fuc*ing siiiick tattoo of a wolf!"
lol no called great marketing. how many people are watching it too see why "53" are watching it so much. they could have just as well said 105. its getting people to talk about it.— Thöm Frost (@VampireFrost) 11 december 2017