According to evidence gathered by The New York Times, the rise of Internet streaming has resulted in the rise of password sharing among users. At this time, Netflix has yet to formally crack down on password sharing, despite the fact that it potentially threatens its business. Before it can lay down the hammer, it must create a thriving ecosystem that commands the mindshare of Internet streamers. In this video, Motley Fool contributor Steve Heller weighs in on the findings and what it could mean for investors.
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