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Netflix's 'Cuties' prompts 'churn' as domestic subscribers flee

Netflix missed out on Monday's broad market rally following new data from research firm YipitData that reveals the release of controversial french film 'Cuties' has prompted the streaming service to reach a record churn of daily domestic subscribers.
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