Thursday, May 5, is World Password Day Ah, yes, being in love is where password sharing may start. Or it could be a roommate or friend asking for your password so they can watch some show.
They were indeed legitimate, and for a little while at least, the account information worked. What, beyond getting a few laughs and giving the Emmys some extra buzz, was Samberg thinking? But back to sharing passwords for online accounts: Is it allowed?
We'll apparently have to keep making this point until it sinks in. For years now, streaming video providers like HBO and Netflix have taken a relatively-lax approach to password sharing. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has gone so far as to say he " loves " password sharing, and sees it as little more than free advertising.
Richard and his team arrive at the Endframe offices to confront their staff about stealing Pied Piper's middle-out technology. Dinesh is contacted by a woman, Karen, on Tinder while the team waits. Tired of waiting, Richard marches in to confront the Endframe guys.
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After chatting all day about a show he had been watching, he gave her his log-in information, joking it was all she wanted him for — and they never actually ended up going on a date. She actually was interested in him at the time, but their busy lives got in the way. Some people say they actually find it difficult to choose what to watch, given the vast array of options.
Most streaming video services have rules limiting account sharing. A lot of people ignore them. Streaming-service subscribers—and their friends and families—got a jolt this summer.
Add my vote! Will be looking for a new provider I know you can't control everything but it would be nice to be able to shield kids from watching things they aren't ready to see or understand. Maybe in we will get a pin code for mature content, highly unlikely when a company does not care about its customers.
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When HBO launched a streaming app for its cable customers called HBO Go intwentysomethings passed around the logins of their cable-subscribing parents, uncles, grandparents, and step-siblings like a case of mono in a freshman dorm. But in the nine years since, paying millennials have greased the rise of the streaming era as the number of popular platform-only shows boomed, creating a new kind of account-sharing behavior: streaming-curious baby boomers mooching Netflix, Hulu, Prime, and other subscription passwords off their kids. In a small survey of 1, people by Cordcutting. Mooching, i.