Netflix has blocked account access in some markets and some users who did not subscribe to the service. However, this is just a test, which means it’s not generally expected to be offered, the CEO of Netflix said.
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Reed Hastings A. BGR It said at an investor meeting that it had introduced only testing restrictions on account sharing in some markets, but it had not become common yet.
The point of sharing an account with a Netflix subscription is that even those without an active subscription can access the content of the platform, but this is not looked at well by the service provider. Platform users have been warned not to share their passwords with others as they do not have the option under contract. Those who still share their passwords with their acquaintances have been denied access by the service provider.
According to Red Hastings, neither further sanctions nor widespread restrictions are expected.
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