ClearPlay Technology & Netflix

384 Signatures Goal: 250

Nov 2013 UPDATE: There is a new company that is the edited movie STREAMING business! It's called VIDANGEL. Check them out here and lets show them some support!

This petition is for Netflix to know how interested we are in them teaming with ClearPlay to provide filtered instant video streaming. Conceptually, Netflix would provide a "family-friendly" streaming option to their existing video streaming using the filtering technology that ClearPlay provides for DVD-viewing today.

Netflix is known for listening to their customers. If you'd like to see Netflix team with ClearPlay, PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION! Additionally, five minutes on the phone with them would go a long way. Along with signing this petition, will you call and speak to Netflix personally and just let them know you're interested in filtered streaming using ClearPlay? Their number is 1-866-716-0414.

Some background: ClearPlay is a company that provides wholesome entertainment options by creating filters that take out objectionable content from DVDs. It basically allows you to watch just about any Hollywood movie without all of the junk you don't want to watch.

As a long-time supporter of ClearPlay, I (with hopefully many of you!) am interested in helping ClearPlay be successful as technology continues to change. With the popularity of Netflix streaming, we thought it'd be ideal to begin with them--to let them know how interested we'd be in having them partner with ClearPlay to provide filtered streaming.

Thanks for your support!
Ryan
(An 11-year ClearPlay Subscriber)

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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Apr 07, 2017
    Apr 07, 2017
    Please team up with Clearplay for family friendly streaming options under your subscription.
  • Josiah wilson
    Josiah wilson United States
    Jan 23, 2017
    Jan 23, 2017
    please form a partnership and allow clearplay to work with Netflix!
  • Greg Miller
    Greg Miller United States, Saint Louis
    Jan 06, 2017
    Jan 06, 2017
    Do I need to worry about book publishers taking me to court because I underline passages, skip chapters about characters I don't like, or write my own notes or counterarguments in the margins?!

    Do I not have a right to fast-forward through a scene? Should the streaming services be sued for offering paid options that "censor" out commercials?

    People ought to have the freedom to edit and regulate the content they consume IN THE PRIVACY OF THEIR OWN HOME (no less) so long as they've not pirated it. That is an implicit right of conscience.
  • Michael Dowgiewicz
    Michael Dowgiewicz United States, Ontario
    Nov 25, 2016
    Nov 25, 2016
    I would really like to see this happen!
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