Netflix has begun to roll out its password crackdown scheme globally – but it’s already off to a terrible start.
On May 23, the world’s best streaming service – depending on who you ask these days, mind you – confirmed its unpopular password sharing crackdown plan was immediately being introduced to multiple world regions. Countries affected by the worldwide rollout, which comes just over a month after Netflix revealed its password crackdown was really happening, include the US, UK, and Australia.
Netflix users, especially those who have been borrowing someone else’s account for free, have had plenty of time to come to terms with the impending rollout. Even so, many subscribers have reacted angrily to the sudden arrival of Netflix’s password crackdown plan in their countries, and are cancelling their subscriptions.
Netflix charging $8 to password share? Bye pic.twitter.com/PSg2HhpL4LMay 23, 2023
A major factor behind the swathe of cancellations is the eye-popping price that users will have to pay to add an extra member – for someone who lives outside of the main account holder’s home – to said account.
In a Netflix blog post, the streaming giant revealed that users can share their …read more
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