Password sharing on Disney, is March 14 over?

After Canada last year, the new anti-password sharing campaign from the Disney+ streaming service is expanding to the rest of the world.

The measures taken by Netflix from 2022 to limit password sharing on its platform have paid off. It is therefore not surprising that Disney+ announced a similar position, with a hunt for account sharing of which Canadian subscribers had the scoop from October 2023.

Disney+ in the United States, end of password sharing on March 14££££

And the hunt continues this time with one of the most important territories in the industry: the United States -United. Subscribers have in fact recently received an e-mail telling them that the party will be over from March 14, 2024. The subscription conditions have recently been modified in the USA to add this new information, and the message received by account holders states: “We may, in our sole discretion, analyze your account usage to determine compliance with these terms. If we determine that you have violated these Terms, we may limit or terminate access to the Service and/or take any other action permitted by these Terms.

Note that the Disney+ subscription conditions in France have not yet been modified at the time of writing these lines. But we know very well that once the United States is affected, the rest of the world does not have much longer. Source: Ars Technica