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Netflix cracks down on users who share passwords, tells viewers ‘you need your own account to watch’

The Netflix Inc. logo is displayed at the entrance to the company's headquarters in Los Gatos, California, in 2011

Netflix contending with an outbreak of new streaming services from Disney, HBO, NBCUniversal and Paramount

By BRIAN P. D. HANNON

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and REUTERS

Netflix Inc is testing a feature that asks viewers to verify they share a household with the account holder, the company said on Thursday, a move that could lead to a clampdown on sharing of passwords.

A small number of Netflix users are receiving a message asking them to confirm they live with the account owner by entering details from a text message or email sent to the owner.

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