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MoviePass terminated a 'small percentage' of its users for violating its terms of service — and people are freaking out

MoviePass confirmed to Business Insider that a "small percentage" of accounts were terminated due to users violating its terms of service. People have taken to Twitter to object in very vocal terms. On Friday, MoviePass terminated the accounts of what it described as a "small percentage" of users who violated its terms of service.  This was a shock to many users, who took to social media to object to being taken off the service.
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