And, interestingly, Netflix appear to operate with a single central user database and login. After you log in they serve you content they have licensed for your geographical region based on your IP-address. I already have a US account that I access by the clever ruse of lying about my location on the Internet. So my US account can now actually give me access to Netflix' Scandinavian content – with local audio and subtitles where available – if I change my story about where I am. This works the other way around too. The Netflix selection in the US is larger than in Scandinavia. But there are titles available in Scandinavia, that are not available in the US; in addition to local movies and shows, I have so far noticed that some Stanley Kubrick films (2001, A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut) are available here, and not in the US. That said, I think I will approach this rather carefully, and I don't recommend it. I am sure it runs afoul of some click-through agreement, and that Netflix may close accounts doing it. I am not convinced they will actually look for it though, unless they are forced to do so by the license holders; they probably need all the subscribers they can get.