While a deal Netflix struck with Warner Bros. has allowed their customers to keep having access to the studio's DVDs, some are upset that they now have to wait 28 days after release in order to rent them. Susan Uman of Manhattan has filed a class-action lawsuit against both companies for the DVD delay, which was put into effect in January. At that time, Warner threatened to cut off Netflix if they didn't agree to the 28-day ban, which they hope will "maximize the sales potential" of its DVDs. Uman says this is decreasing the value of the Netflix subscription, and it's the subscribers "who are harmed by this illegal conspiracy."