Monday, July 11, 2016

Only 4% Of People Share Passwords For Services Like Netflix Outside Their Families

Last year, a report from Parks Associates estimated the industry would lose $500 million to password sharing in 2015. This data suggests that might be a bit of an overstatement given the likelihood of getting multiple family members, especially in the same household, to subscribe to the same service. It also puts Netflix and HBO's historically lax position on password sharing into a bit of perspective.

From the article "Only 4% Of People Share Passwords For Services Like Netflix Outside Their Families" by Nathan McAlone.

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