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July 2021


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Netflix Password Sharing Crackdown – The End of Account Sharing?

netflix password sharing crackdown

Earlier this week, we saw several social media posts talking about Netflix starting to crack down on password sharing.

Password sharing is not an uncommon practice among the millions using  Netflix.

A study from the research firm in 2018 estimated that 35 percent of millennials share passwords for streaming.

In a recent social media post that went viral, a Netflix subscriber captured a screenshot that states the following:

If you don’t live with the owner of this account, you require your own account to keep watching.

This has led many to question whether the streaming giant is going to end password sharing for good on their platform.

Please note this does not affect your IPTV inclusion of NETFLIX, PRIME VIDEO, DISNET PLUS or DISCOVERY PLUS. But be aware if you have a share account with a friend or relation it may stop soon.


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More Latest Movie Selection.

Rava The Lost Dragon.
Monster Hunter.
Space Sweepers.
Outside The Wire.
Fear Of Rain.
Flora & Ulysses.
The Funeral at Home.
I Care A Lot.
To All the Boys.
Finding Onana.
The Doorman.
Honest Thief.

PLEASE NOTE. Some of these moves are available on Cyberflix and Cinema HD at the moment.

This is just a selection of the thousands of movies available on the Net Box.


Remember to visit again for more news on whats new MOVIES soon.

BOX SETS (Series)

The Crown

Binge-worthy drama and Netflix Original The Crown follows the story of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh up until the early 21st Century.
The plot follows the real-life dramas and scandals that
occurred during the Queen’s reign.

The Wire

The Wire explores the Baltimore drug scene through the eyes of both the drug dealers and law enforcement. Throughout its five seasons it explores real world problems surrounding drugs, ports, local government, the media and education. The crime drama is now widely known as one of the best television series ever made.

Who: Al Pacino and Logan Lerman
What: Brace yourselves as this will get so addictive you may not sleep tonight. A group of Nazi hunters discover that there a number of former Nazi officials living in 1970s America, so they take it upon themselves to prevent the officials creating a forth Reich.

Who: Hiam Abbass, Nicholas Braun, Brian Cox
What: Were you even living in 2019 if you didn’t binge watch Succession? Britain’s favourite new drama follows a billionaire global-media family and it serves up the drama and juice in spades

Who: Michael C Hall
What: A forensic blood-splatter analyst by day, and a vigilante serial killer at night – this is one fantastically twisted (and gory) show.
Best for: Viewers who don’t scare too easily

Schitt’s Creek
Who: Daniel Levy, Eugene Levy, Annie murphy, Catherine O’Hara
What: A rich family loose everything and must move to the last remaining piece of real estate they have: a somewhat questionable town called Schitt’s Creek. The lols are high and the performances from the cast, namely,Catherine O’Hara and her one liners, is nothing short of side splittingly good!