Engadge, the app analytics company that helps publishers create smarter websites, has announced that Netflix streaming video apps can be accessed on any TV, desktop, laptop, or mobile device.
The app also allows you to stream the video content to your favorite media player.
Engadget has teamed up with Netflix to offer a series of videos on YouTube, showing off the Netflix streaming app’s capabilities.
The video shows off Netflix’s video player, which allows you take a look at the content you’re watching.
The videos are also a good way to see what the apps video player is capable of and how to interact with it.
If you’ve been following the ongoing debate over the legality of the NSA’s surveillance activities, you’ll know that the U.S. government has been using its surveillance powers to monitor internet traffic and identify users that have done something that the government deems suspicious.
One of those activities was the interception of video chats.
As part of the agreement with Netflix, the government is not allowed to use this content to identify and monitor any specific individuals.
If the government were to attempt to use it to target a particular individual, the agreement states that the content will be automatically deleted and it will not be stored by Netflix.
If that happens, the video will be uploaded to YouTube and users will have to re-download it.