How does Netflix know if someone is not in your household?

Can I use Netflix in 2 different houses?

I currently use a DVD player in the living room and a Blu-ray player in my bedroom. If I have my computer hooked up to both players can I use Netflix on both players at the same time? Or is that not allowed? Re: Can I use Netflix in 2 different houses? Any disc with a Netflix DRM-protected AACS 2.0 track or HDCP 2.2 track will be unplayable. It won't matter if the source is one player or two.

You need to use either one or the other. If you have a single Blu-ray player and both a Netflix-capable (aka "smart") DVD player and a Netflix-capable (aka "smart") HDTV, then you could do both.

So, if I get an SDTV, will the disc not work? If you mean "SDTV" as in standard definition television, then no, that wouldn't work either. The Blu-ray player is the main player, so it's the only player that can play Blu-ray discs. In other words, if it's playing a disc, then it's using the Blu-ray player.

How will Netflix enforce one household?

In an attempt to control the rate of new signups, Netflix is going to lock down one household.

I can't remember where I read this but I did my research and found that it was true. Why? The average person who wants to watch Netflix has a netflix account that belongs to another person. Let's say you and your spouse each have a Netflix account and use it to stream movies. That would mean that Netflix can only enforce one household. If your spouse watches a movie on your account, Netflix won't be able to ban you from watching it, because you don't have a netflix account.

What if my wife and I each have our own netflix account and use it to stream movies? Again, Netflix will only ban the account that Netflix can verify as belonging to the other person. The one exception is if you both use the same account and cancel each other's subsription. At this point I'm not entirely sure what will happen. They probably won't do anything to you until you reach your 3 months limit.

That's why I think they are going to start enforcing the rules in the beginning of July. I'm pretty sure that they are going to make the changes to the end of July. This should change a few things. The first is that people will be getting 3 months free. That's around 6 months worth of service.99 for a full year.99 for the next 9 months.99 for the next 3 months.99 for the last 6 months.00 fee per month that is charged to your account. You can stop that fee from being charged by canceling your subscription.

Lastly, you will probably want to call up Netflix to tell them that you are canceling your subscription.

Is there a way around the Netflix household?

Does anyone really watch Netflix?

It was a joke from a friend, and I decided to check it out. I'm now hooked, and I just might have to pay for it.

Well, since we have had these "Netflix" discussions, I guess I'll take the plunge with the others. I got an invite to test the waters on the new one last week. I was very tempted to keep it, but it would be a challenge to fit on our media center (DVD) and our PC (Internet) both. So I gave in and got it. I am looking forward to the service.

"There is a part of me that wishes I could be free." - Joni Mitchell "But, I'm free, really. And free is good." - Joni Mitchell

I just got the invite to try the new one out. Now, it doesn't get any easier as I have two young kids at home. I've resisted the temptation to cancel it and have been surfing the web for the latest news about it. The one good thing I found was that it is cheaper if you subscribe to the monthly service. They are offering one year at the full price or two years at a small discount.

I want to see if it's any good. I was disappointed with the previous one, and the previous service is still good if you don't watch too much content. I just wanted to try the new one out and see how it compares to the DVD service.

If they really do get it right this time around I will be happy. I tried to avoid watching anything online because of this problem. But I think it's worth it to give it a try. I think I will pay the subscription fee and get the new service. I may not use it much, but it's the new one so it may be worth it to me.

Just got the new Netflix. I had a 1 year sub. Then I canceled. I'm happy I did. I have never watched Netflix. I'm too busy watching live TV instead. When I was in college I had an 8 channel cable box (plus internet service). It was great.

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