#Giveaway  on last slide

UK Govt Says Netflix Password Sharing Is Illegal & Potentially Criminal Fraud

Scribbled Arrow

TRENDING GLOBALLY

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

The UK Government's Intellectual Property Office released new piracy guidance. It contains one small detail that can be easily overlooked.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

Copyright law is violated when people share their Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Disney+ passwords. It gets worse.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

The IPO informs TorrentFreak that password sharing could lead to criminal liability for fraud.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

After a limited launch of just 1,000 titles in 2007, Netflix now has more than 6,600 movies and TV shows and more than 223,000,000 subscribers.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

Netflix password sharing was a key factor in the company's growth. By publicly condoning the practice, it became completely accepted worldwide.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

It was clear that Netflix loved you, and you love Netflix. Now all your friends also love Netflix. Thank you for sharing.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

FOLLOW US:  @theinsaneapp

Netflix and streaming platforms like Disney+ and Amazon Prime want you to continue loving them. But password sharing? It's not so.

Twitter | Insatagram | Facebook

Five years after Netflix's now-famous tweet, the ground has begun to shift.

#GIVEAWAY BY INSANE

Do you know that we give away around $500 USd in cash prizes every week?

Let’s grow together!