The first chunk of this reply is about Netflix working to stop people repeatedly using free trials rather than paying for the service.... what relevance does this have to the thread or my post. Or did you just google the words "netflix" and "threat" and pasted in parts out of context of what they're actually about. Terrible.
"However, as Netflix has expanded into emerging global markets, the risk of fraud has also increased. Isolated fraudsters as well as organized criminal networks seek to capitalize on free trials, opening new accounts with stolen identities and providing false or stolen payment information. Netflix needed a global, holistic response to this growing fraud trend, while maintaining its trusted reputation and reducing friction for legitimate customers."
Just putting it out there that I wasted time clicking one link by you that was unrelated, I'm not making the same mistake twice.
I shall have fun sharing my account under the knowledge that Netflix have a firm working to stop people from abusing their one month free trial offers....
Connecting the dots doesn't seem to be your strength.
The first link should make you aware that Netflix is using tools for collecting device specific data and verify them. That is mainly used against fraudst on free trials. The second link, which even says in it's URL is about stopping account sharing. But yeah, turning a blind eye is much easier.
Connect dots all you want until you've drawn a tin foil hat to wear, if you search for it you'll find clickbait rubbish that will draw you in for a read and amounts to nothing, want proof of that, here's an article from 2017 on that same DS site you linked.
Prison time for sharing passwords! I hope all those people in 2017 didn't have too rough a time in Jail.
I'm not saying that at no point will they try to clamp down on doing it if it was possible, but at a time when they are getting more and more competition from other groups I can't imagine they're going to jump on a the PR grenade that is cutting off a lot of the way some users enjoy the service.
Even if they were to attempt to stop the practice down the line.... why not make use of the ability to do so until that point anyway?
This is my last reply on the topic to yourself though! Don't imagine this is the first time you've shared your opinion on this and really don't see it working towards being the last, you believe what you believe and yeah that's not gonna change here so more posts aren't going to do much other than page views for VGChartz!