An amendment to the Video Privacy Protection Act should make it easier for Netflix to get digital permission from its users to add features that would let them share tidbits about their movie preferences on social networks, such as Facebook. (Some non-U.S. Netflix users already have the ability to link their Netflix and Facebook accounts.) Details on Netflix’s social ambitions have yet to firm up, and it hasn’t given any dates for when such features might arrive, but given Netflix’s apparent interest (the company publicly backed the bill), it seems like we won’t have to wait long for more details to emerge.
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