Why are there no underwater movies on Netflix?
Irish cinemas have been banned from renting movies online because of a ban on underwater movies.
The Cinematographer Association of Ireland said it had received complaints from customers who were unable to rent movies on the site.
The ban was imposed by the regulator last year after complaints that the service was being used to access pirated films and TV shows.
The association said customers were also being forced to pay for a “special feature” when watching movies online.
“The fact that people are being penalised for their access to movies on an online platform is just ridiculous,” said association president Jim O’Donnell.
It’s also not the end of the world. “
The fact people are paying for a feature which is never being used is very troubling.”
It’s also not the end of the world.
We are hoping that this will change in the future.
“The new regulations, which come into effect from September, will make it harder for cinemas to rent online movies to customers.
The regulator has also decided not to impose an automatic six-month blocking of access to films or TV shows for users with an Irish IP address.
It also means that customers will be able to buy movies online at any time and can view them for 30 days.
Irish cinema owners have previously complained about the ban on their services.
The Association of Cinematographers of Ireland (ACLI) has previously said the ban was designed to protect consumers and prevent them from accessing pirated content.
However, Mr O’Dell said the industry was facing a “new threat” to its profits.”
There are people who want to make money online by offering to stream films and films are being offered to customers as a service,” he said.”
We don’t think that’s the right thing to do.
“I don’t know why people would want to pay to watch movies that have been illegally downloaded from their computer.”
The Irish Film Institute (IFI) said it was not surprised that cinemas were being restricted from using Netflix as a viewing service.
The IFI said it supported the decision to restrict the streaming of movies, and had been working with its members to see if there was any way to make Netflix’s service more attractive to customers online.
The service has long been considered an alternative to traditional TV viewing.
Online streaming services have come under scrutiny following concerns about copyright infringement and content theft, but the ban has been met with strong opposition from rights holders.
Online piracy has become a hot-button issue for the Irish economy, with the economy in the eurozone hit by a severe recession in the first quarter of this year.