Netflix’s streaming service shut down in Russia


Netflix has banned streaming in Russia. The company has banned its services in Russia.

Netflix has stopped streaming in Russia after the company said it would not comply with Russia’s Vitrinia TV laws.

Russia’s Vitrinia TV law requires audiovisual companies with more than 100,000 subscribers to run 20 free national channels such as NTV and Spa.

According to CNBC, Netflix has one million subscribers in Russia. The company has also banned all future projects in Russia.

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