Thursday, September 08, 2016

Is a Crackdown Coming for Sharing Passwords to Video Streaming Services?

Account sharing for online streaming services, such as Amazon, HBO, Hulu and Netflix, cost the industry $500 million in revenues in 2015, according to a study by research firm Parks Associates. But the major providers have been slow to curb the practice, although some have made changes to control the number of devices that can be used for a single account or the number of videos users can stream at the same time.

From the article "Is a Crackdown Coming for Sharing Passwords to Video Streaming Services?" by Kaitlin Pitsker.

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