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1. What year did Netflix begin?
a. 1996
b. 1998
c. 2000
d. 2001
2. Netflix was founded by:
a. Oliver Reed
b. Robert Reed
c. Reed Hastings
d. Reed Walters
3. Netflix is delivered via:
a. United Parcel Service
b. Federal Express
c. United Postal Service
d. Airmail
4. Netflix is located in what Californian city?
a. Santa Monica
b. Los Angeles
c. Venice
d. Los Gatos
5. Netflix movies are due back in:
a. 3 days
b. 5 days
c. 1 week
d. There is no due date
6. What business was involved in a lawsuit with Netflix in 2006?
a. Blockbuster
b. Turner Broadcasting
c. Miramax Studios
d. Public Broadcasting
7. What term was used in the lawsuit brought against Netflix by Frank Chavez?
a. Choking
b. Throttling
c. Revving
d. None of the above
8. The case of Chavez v Netflix was tried in what city?
a. New York
b. Chicago
c. San Francisco
d. Boston
9. What is the price per title when renting movies through Netflix?
a. $.25
b. $.50
c. $1.00
d. There is no additional charge
10. There are no shipping and handling fees for Netflix movies.
a. True
b. False
11. Netflix offers many movies that are difficult to find in a regular video store.
a. True
b. False
12.  How many discs does netflix mail daily?
a. 20,000
b. 50,000
c. 170,000
d. 190,000
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