Sam Cook is a full-time content strategist by day, a part-time freelance content writer since 2015. In another life, he was a high school English teacher for nearly a decade. Based in sunny New Orleans, he writes long-form educational content on technology, including Insurtech, Fintech, HRtech, and content streaming. He loves whittling down complex ideas within these areas that make decisions easier for buyers. When he’s not reading books with his son Miles and playing video games with the family, you can find him immersed in his growing collection of Euro-style board games.


  1. Netflix is unable to ban VPNs completely and many of the VPNS are able to unblock it. I think it depends on the server and IP pool. What I learnt through forums, reddit, quora etc. Ivacy, Express, PureVPN are able to unblock Netflix on some of their servers and their live chat support can help in it.

  2. Hackers are seeking ways to let residential US broadband users share their connections to let non-US citizens access Netflix as well as sharing payments. Should this succeed, it’d be a global method to evade ALL GEOIP-based internet service restrictions, eg. iPlayer, Hulu, Youku, etc..

  3. Netflix bans the servers on which most VPNs work, so most providers can switch servers and whatnot and avoid being banned by them. In my country I don’t have Netflix, so I use VPNBaron and so far they haven’t been blocked.


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