Canadian Media Head Slams Piracy Tactic Used By Her Own Daughter

The head of one of Canada's biggest media companies publicly denounced piracy, but it has happened in her own home.
According to The Globe and Mail, Bell Media's new president, Mary Ann Turcke, called ways to get around restricted content 'stealing.'
However, her own daughter uses a virtual private network to fool networks into thinking she's in the U.S.--and not in Canada, because more Netflix content is available in the U.S.
The use of VPNs has grown with the success of streaming services.