Netflix Forms a Political Action Committee

Politico's Dave Levinthal reports that Netflix is burnishing its influence in D.C.

The online streaming site has formed a political action committee called FLIXPAC, allowing it to contribute up to $5,000 per candidate per election cycle.

Levinthal notes that the company's lobbying outlay has increased in recent years, including an update of the Video Privacy Protection Act.

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