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By Tom Giles and Olga Kharif C.2012 Bloomberg News
Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, 10:30 p.m.

Netflix Inc., struck by an interruption of its video-streaming service on Christmas Eve, said on Monday some customers may be unable to access its DVD website because of a technical malfunction. Engineers are working to resolve the problem, Joris Evers, a spokesman for Los Gatos, Calif.-based Netflix, said in an emailed statement. The streaming operation hasn't been affected, he said.

The company said last week that many customers in the Americas were unable to access online content because of a disruption caused by Inc.'s Web storage and computing system. In a website statement, Amazon apologized for the problem, without identifying Netflix..

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