Netflix vows to stop you sharing passwords with friends

Streaming giant Netflix is gearing up to crack down on password sharing. In a new interview in which the executives discussed the company's Q3 2019 Earnings, Chief Product Officer Greg Peters said that Netflix was "continuing to monitor" the situation. In the video above: Spotify Australia announces it's cracking down on family accounts 3 out of 4 Americans share Netflix, Amazon and Uber accounts Oct 07, 2018 Why Netflix Doesn’t Care If You Share Your Account May 11, 2019

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Oct 21, 2019 · Netflix may not be so chill about users piggybacking off friends’ and family’s accounts in the future. The streaming service announced future plans for a crackdown on password sharing during a Netflix CEO Reed Hastings doesn’t mind you sharing your account with the family—last year he said it was a “positive thing” and of course Netflix lets you set up profiles inside your Oct 23, 2019 · The streaming service may start cracking down on account-sharing. It’s no secret that if you have a Netflix account, your friends and family are going to want you to cough up the password so Sep 13, 2013 · If you're among the nearly 30 million Americans with a Netflix streaming account, there's a good chance you're sharing it with friends and family. But while Netflix seems to be encouraging sharing accounts with its new "profiles" feature , there is no legal guarantee that Netflix won't sue you for sharing.

Netflix to crack down on users sharing passwords with

Jan 06, 2020 · Netflix doesn't allow minors to have their own Netflix account and they expect that you let your kids stream Netflix under your account. They seem to be fine with you sharing your Netflix account within your household, but beyond that, they would like every household to use their own account. Mar 04, 2018 · I let some time pass before sending a message letting my family members know that I would no longer be sharing my Netflix account. Everyone took the news well, thankfully.