Netflix is goofing off with lab-grown bodies at CES

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Netflix is known for its sneaky, under-the-radar marketing. In October, the brand set up a 1-800 number and billboard to promote Stranger Things.

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A steady stream of foot traffic has circulated around Psychasec’s booth this week, even though the company isn’t included on CES’ list of exhibitors.

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