Netflix testing privacy mode, for incognito mode of browser


This American provider of on-demand Internet streaming media available to viewers in North and South America, the Caribbean, and parts of Europe such as Denmark, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Now this American internet streaming media provider Netflex has testing privacy mode in incognito mode. The Netflix relies a heavily on a recommendations model to serve you new movies and TV shows, which is mainly based on your viewing history.


Netflix is testing a new feature which offered you go ‘off the record,’ a private viewing mode, which does not register your viewing decisions in your history, does not display on your connected Facebook profile and, most importantly, does not count toward your future recommendations.

This new feature of the Netflix, has been pushed out to a small group of users for testing, this process might take months before they can even determine if this should be a permanent feature of the service. That is why, the company’s new director of corporate communications and technology, Cliff Edwards says that “Privacy Mode” is just a test, that it may not ever go live for all users.

The Netflix does not disclose other specifications and term with  the conditions of this upcoming feature of the Privacy Mode and also not cleared, when available, for the Netflix consumer’s and this privacy mode feature is used by anyone,  they have to  pay an extra charge for this service or not it is not clear still now.