Reports have surfaced stating that Netflix has plans to become deeply integrated with Facebook. Apparently the company is currently testing out their new app on the social network. The Netflix app is touted to enable users to receive recommendations based on their interests, and will allow them to share with friends everything they’ve watched, rated and currently have in their queue. Fortunately the app won’t be mandatory for users to use. After all, not everybody is comfortable with sharing what they watch with the whole world. Blockbuster had a similar app back in 2007 but it was cancelled in 2007 due to the fact that it wasn’t very popular. It looks like Facebook has taken over another part of the internet, again. How many of you wouldn’t mind sharing with all your Facebook friends what movies you’ve rented?
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