There goes my Netflix subscription. If I can't watch the shows I want to watch that aren't popular enough to have a piracy scene, that gets rid of the whole reason I have the account.
Won't be renewing.
Hulu said the same thing years ago, and they only blocked popular IPs. VPNs like Liquid VPN have gotten around it with dynamic IPs and "smart streaming." I doubt Netflix will be able to do anything about it. Also, there's already a thread on this. >>16930
Amazon Prime definitely has, in the past, had some things that I couldn't find torrents for. For instance, my wife once, for some reason, was completely obsessed with seeing "The Magical Adventures of Mumfy" some fucking elephant cartoon movie from when she was a kid, and I couldn't find that shit AAAANYWHERE, except paid services. Prime had it. Netflix didn't. I concede the point.
Well, assuming they manage this, and that no one is able to make simple workaround, I'll be cancelling my subscription. My country's selection is terrible, and I refuse to pay money for such a sub-standard selection.