Netflix is officially cracking down on password-sharing. Starting this year, the streaming platform plans to halt accounting sharing by asking users to pay extra fees to use the service outside of their primary household for extended periods of time. Details about the plan have been updated on the website’s FAQ pages for countries where extra membership fees are currently being tested, like Chile, Costa Rica and Peru.
The new terms ask users to define their primary location through their television, with all accounts and devices needing to be shared through the same Wi-Fi as the TV. For those who want to use Netflix on their own device will have to launch the app in their residence at least once every 31 days.
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