Netflix has implemented anti-password sharing measures across its streaming platform for users worldwide. Netflix accounts will remain shareable, but only within one household.
The streaming platform’s shared users will now be required to connect to a home network at the primary user’s location at least once every 31 days. This means that if the primary user does not live with you, other users will be unable to access his or her account. If the platform is accessed outside of the home network, users who attempt to sign into the primary user’s account elsewhere will be prompted to create their own account. Netflix will also prevent devices from accessing the primary user’s account until they sign up separately.