After a long legal battle, Netflix is finally able to share its subscribers' viewing habits on Facebook . In the video below, Daniel Sparks explains to Fool.com's Alison Southwick exactly what this will look like in the new Facebook timeline and why it is a great opportunity for Netflix.
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