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Netflix is testing a new policy that would charge users extra to share their passwords with people who live outside their household.

The policy is currently being tested in Chile, Costa Rica, Peru, and Guatemala. If the policy is successful, it could be rolled out to other countries.

The policy could lead to an increase in the number of people who cancel their Netflix subscriptions. It could also lead to an increase in the number of people who share their passwords with multiple people.

This could make it more difficult for Netflix to track how many people are using its service. It could also lead to an increase in the number of people who use illegal streaming services.

Netflix is facing increasing competition from other streaming services, such as Disney+, HBO Max, and Amazon Prime Video.

These services are also cracking down on password sharing. This could lead to a decrease in the number of people who subscribe to all of the streaming services.

It could also lead to an increase in the number of people who cancel their streaming subscriptions altogether. This could have a major impact on the streaming industry.

It could lead to a decrease in the amount of money that is spent on streaming services. It could also lead to a decrease in the amount of content that is produced for streaming services.

This could have a negative impact on consumers. This could make it more difficult for people to find the content they want to watch.

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