(MENAFN) Netflix declared on Wednesday that it has applied password sharing guidelines on its users in four nations.
"We’ve always made it easy for people who live together to share their Netflix account with features like profiles and multiple streams. While these have been hugely popular, they’ve also created confusion about when and how you can share Netflix," it also mentioned in an announcement.
The US-located global streaming service provider pointed out that more than 100 million families are sharing passwords, impacting its capability to influx money in additional TV and films that it also produces.
The firm stated that additional rules are going to begin implementing in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal as well as Spain, whereas they are going to be rolled out additional broadly in the future months.
Whereas Netflix subscribers in the four nations are going to be needed to register a main location, anyone who lives in their household is going to be capable to utilize their Netflix account.
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