Online video country restrictions are stupid

 

Don't you think Egyptians and people who live in Egypt would like to see this PBS documentary? I simply don't understand why there is so much stuff you can't view outside of the US or UK these days. I'd be willing to be the a kind of (cheaper) TV license fee to see BBC content for instance. And I'd love to see the Fosters-produced Alan Partridge shorts that are only available in the UK (what, Fosters doesn't want brand equity elsewhere?) 

A7a.