Netflix Wants To Stop Password Sharing Permanently

The company that once approved of password sharing has now reversed course. Netflix's co-CEO says they are going to test different ways to make sure customers aren't sharing their passwords.

At least during the company's Q1 earnings interview,Reed Hastingssaid they won't do something that feels like "turning the screws" on people. He promised the method would make sense to people.

One way to do that is base subscription options by the way you use the service. Sounds like a good plan.

Netflix plans to spend 17-billion dollars making content in its 2021 fiscal year.


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