Netflix hopefully uses HTML 5 now, however, I remember a few years back when I was trying to get it to run in a browser on Linux, that it was using Silverlight.
Netflix was one of the earliest of the big services to begin adopting HTML5, even before YouTube, as I recall. Initially, browser support was limited because only certain (then) recent versions of browsers met the technical requirements.
Funimation is aware of this error with the SEO and is working to correct it. If you have been charged, please contact support for a refund if you only subscribed to watch the English dub of Dragon Ball Super.
@Rayray09 As much as I am a huge fan of the dragon ball franchise as whole. DBZ been my favorite anime/show of all time. There are other anime shows that are currently licensed by Funimation for people to watch on there stream service. If you're interested in getting the English dub currently for Dragonball Super there are 13 episodes out on Blu-ray and DVD for you to buy here on Funimation's shop website or right stuff Amazon or even eBay. And volume two will be coming out this October.
Thanks to the usual suspects, what started out as a silly, harmless prank has devolved once again into something much more needlessly mean-spirited. I think it's probably best that I just close this up for now.