Government Rules USPS Treated GameFly Unfairly

Government Rules USPS Treated GameFly Unfairly

Putting an end to a two-year dispute between GameFly and the U.S. Postal Service, the Postal Regulatory Commission ruled the USPS has given services such as Netflix and Blockbuster preferential treatment over its own discs. [More]

Netflix: We Can Murder Your Account With No Notice At Our Whim

Netflix: We Can Murder Your Account With No Notice At Our Whim

It’s amazing what we agree to every day when we scroll through infinite screens of dense legalese to click the box that said we’ve read and agree to abide by the terms of service on various sites. Brandon discovered that Neftlix users have all consented for the company to stop its endless supply of movie and TV shows for any reason whatsoever. [More]

Postal Service's Saturday Cuts Will Hurt Netflix

Postal Service's Saturday Cuts Will Hurt Netflix

Ethan Epstein of Slate’s The Big Money draws the natural conclusion that the USPS’s plans to stop Saturday service won’t work out so well for rent-by-mail companies such as Netflix. [More]

Blockbuster Doesn't Have Game I Want In Stock, Sends It To Me Instead

Blockbuster Doesn't Have Game I Want In Stock, Sends It To Me Instead

Blockbuster and other brick-and-mortal rental stores seemingly give you fewer reasons to patronize them all the time, but Christopher discovered a step in the positive direction by the company: He says if the store doesn’t have what you’re looking for, it will send it to you and let you keep it longer than a normal rental. [More]

Is Blockbuster Sending Out Gimped Versions Of Some Blu-rays?

Is Blockbuster Sending Out Gimped Versions Of Some Blu-rays?

William claims Blockbuster sent him a not-so-special edition of The Hangover on Blu-ray that doesn’t let him access an unrated version of the movie. [More]

Attempt To Cancel Blockbuster Account Does Wonders For Customer Service

Attempt To Cancel Blockbuster Account Does Wonders For Customer Service

Brian signed up for Blockbuster Total Access, which lets you rent movies by mail and return them in store.