In more than a hundred nations, including the US, Netflix has outlawed the sharing of passwords.
OTT (over-the-top) platform More than a hundred nations, including the US, have outlawed Netflix’s password-sharing policy.
Users of Netflix have been advised not to provide their accounts to anyone outside of their family.
According to a statement made by Netflix yesterday, subscribers in 103 nations, including the US, UK, France, Germany, Australia, Singapore, Mexico, and Brazil, are receiving emails about account sharing.
A single account may only be used in a single home, according to correspondence from Netflix.
In addition to this, a different location-specific cost is required to use the OTT platform.
More than 100 million homes, according to the company’s estimate, have shared their passwords with acquaintances.
Netflix had 23.25 million paid subscribers worldwide as of the end of March.
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