This is the method with which Netflix will limit the use of shared accounts between users
Netflix has unveiled its method of preventing people from sharing passwords, which includes requiring users to log in using their primary location’s Wi-Fi network every 31 days in order to continue using the service, TheStreamable has reported.
This means that those who can’t log in, meaning those who live in a different property, simply won’t have access to said Netflix account. Even if you’re traveling, you’ll only be able to request a code to access your Netflix for seven days, and if you sEsports Extrasin while you’re away from home, your device could be locked.
They look like very forceful measures to prevent password sharing, but Netflix is willing to take this method further, even charging those who continue to use the same account in several homes, as it has already done in some Latin American countries.