Update 1/22/16: It seems they really are blocking some Unblockers. We’ll keep you updated on our DNS codes post when we have more updates about getting around them. For now, make sure you don’t log in in one country, then immediately change to another, as they seems to obviously tip them off. Try to only use Netflix from one target country if possible.
As DablinPolarius on reddit puts it: “Move to the US.
Or practically, wait for your unblocking provider to come up with a solution. It’s only a matter of time as the whole affair is a practical cat and mouse game and its inevitable Netflix’s new blocking mechanism will be defeated.”
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As you can see, Netflix doesn’t seem to have shut anything down, and if they do, Unblock-Us is ready to make adjustments. I wouldn’t be too worried unless you start to hear about mass bannings, which seems unlikely, as those are paying Netflix customers who just want to watch movies on the service.
We still support Unblock-Us and aren’t having any difficulties so far. Hopefully content owners will learn soon that if they work to stop people from accessing their shows, paying customers will just go to illegal downloading. That doesn’t seem too likely though…
NBC exec says Netflix is not a big deal because people always go back to “watching TV the way it was meant to be” https://t.co/46fmqZqFOd
— Mathew Ingram (@mathewi) January 14, 2016