LOS GATOS, Calif. (WTRF/KYW-TV) - Many of us are guilty of password sharing on streaming services, such as Netflix and Hulu. However, the end of an era may be near with new developments.
According to KYW-TV, a company claims to have been developed a software that identifies password sharing.
The software looks for suspicious activity, and asks you to upgrade your account if fraudulent activity is suspected, KYW-TV reports.
Company officials say the software is currently being tested, and binge-watchers can potentially see this implemented within their favorite streaming services later this year.
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