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Netflix sent out a tweet Sunday that roasted a subset of its most devoted users over an open fire: those who are obsessively watching its heavily promoted holiday movie "A Christmas Prince".

We know, for instance, that Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life, Fuller House, Marvel's The Defenders, The Seven Deadly Sins, and The Ranch are the most binge-raced shows, and that there are 53 people who love A Christmas Prince more than anyone should. Other "highlights" have included calling out a Brit who has watched Bee Movie 357 times this year and a United States customer who watched Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 365 days in a row.

Netflix values your privacy - but it's also got a pretty sassy Twitter account that doesn't have a problem poking fun at its users.

According to Netflix, 53 people have watched the movie every day for the past 18 days.

In business terms, this has always been viewed as a positive, that Netflix has been able to corral all this user data into a magical algorithm that helps them know what we want to watch before we do. "This information represents overall viewing trends, not the personal viewing information of specific, identified individuals", Netflix said in an official statement.

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But back to "A Christmas Prince".

As part of its year-end report, Netflix recently reported the company streamed more than a billion hours of content per week to customers.

-How many employees have access to people's viewing habits?

While both viewpoints could be right in certain ways, it remains to be seen how Netflix responds to the hullabaloo considering that its tweet has, within a day, garnered over 100,000 retweets and 400,000 likes. Maybe let's keep this stuff to ourselves, Netflix, and off of social media.