Netflix on Tuesday said it would begin rolling out paid sharing in the U.S. in the second quarter of this year. The news is not a total surprise. Back in January, Netflix confirmed that it would start to crack down on account sharing. It's also already cracking down on password sharing in countries such as Canada, New Zealand, Spain, and Portugal., where users were given the option to add two more people outside of their homes for an additional charge. Netflix estimates that 100 million households are currently engaged in password sharing. 


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