I've already explained what this is about. Do yourself a favor and read through the posts.
This is not about fear lol
I read what you have to say, but explain someone using a cell phone and someone else using a smart tv and someone else using a laptop (in a Starbucks). There's no way Netflix can tell these people are not part of the same household.
It may not be fear (sounds like it), but all your responses seems to indicate an irrational expectation of Netflix somehow knowing these things all belong (or don't belong) to one household either through IP addresses or whatever, when the mobile space basically makes this impossible for them to tell. Extreme cases are easier, sure. And even then if I go to Europe, which I will be this may, and use a new phone, does that mean I shouldn't be able to connect to my own service Netflix is gouging me for since they raise the price every other year? And then that service is shut off for a potential housemate back home? This is why so many people share accounts. It's pretty damn hard for Netflix to tell.
If it's the high moral ground of violating a contract, I don't feel sorry for a corporate entity that makes millions upon millions of dollars in profit, doesn't pay taxes on it, and still manages to raise the price because according to them content is getting so expensive. Okay, if it is, then why are they making more PROFIT (not just money, but money after operating costs) then ever? Corporate greed and pleasing stock holders by maximizing profits in spite of consumer satisfaction.
Gimme a break.