Netflix Lays Out Plans To Crackdown On Account Sharing


The Due to fierce competition from competitors, company lost subscribers in the first six months of 2022.


 Netflix Inc On Wednesday Plans were laid out to stop password sharing via its streaming platform. These included setting up a primary location and paying a couple dollars for an additional member.

The The video streaming giant, which estimates that 100 million people use the shared account, stated that members can now manage who has access to their accounts, transfer profiles to new accounts, and still watch videos. Netflix Log in to their TVs or use their personal devices.

“So over the last year, we’ve been exploring different approaches to address this issue in Latin America, and we’re now ready to roll them out more broadly in the coming months, starting today in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal and Spain,” In a blog post, the company explained.

Members On Netflix’s For an additional C$7.99 per month, you can add a member sub account to your standard or premium plan for up two people in many countries. CanadaNZD$7.99 New Zealand, 3.99 euros in Portugal, and 5.99 Euros in SpainAccording to the company,

The The company lost subscribers during the first half 2022, due to fierce competition from other companies. It decided to investigate password sharing and launch an advertising-supported plan.

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