CINCINNATI -- A police officer was arrested Saturday on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, according to police and an attorney.Police said the officer stopped a car in the city's Fulton Street neighborhood Saturday night on suspicion that it was being driven by a person under the age of 21, according.A passenger in the car was not hurt.An arrest warrant for the officer has not yet ...
It’s easy to understand why Netflix is taking a look at its privacy policies and making them more open.
The streaming giant has been one of the biggest names in digital privacy, which has earned it a reputation for not always following through on its promises.
But now that it’s finally come out with a statement on the matter, Netflix seems to have done the right thing.
Netflix’s privacy statement reads in part:”In the United States, our customers’ personal information is owned by Netflix.
We take our obligations to protect the privacy of our customers very seriously.
We are committed to protecting your personal information from unauthorized access and disclosure.
We will make our privacy policies publicly available when we are ready.”
It’s clear Netflix is moving in the right direction, as it has a reputation to maintain.
But if you’re a Netflix customer in the US, don’t be surprised if the company doesn’t start rolling out any new privacy policies until at least 2018.
In the meantime, Netflix will continue to work to provide an overall better experience for you and your family.