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‘Netflix cheating’ is on the rise finds a new study

MailOnline India Monday, 13 February 2017
‘Netflix cheating’ is on the rise finds a new studyNearly half of couples around the world are guilty of 'Netflix cheating'. A survey found that the unfaithful act has tripled since 2013 and 81% admitted to cheating multiple times.
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News video: Your partner is most likely Netflix-cheating on you right now

Your partner is most likely Netflix-cheating on you right now 00:53

It may be hard for you to wait to watch a show with your significant other. If so, then you are not alone. A Netflix survey says just about half of U.S. binge-watchers admit to “cheating” on their significant other by jumping ahead on a show they agreed to watch together. According to the...

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