Have you gotten your scolding from Netflix yet? If not, brace yourself, because they started rolling out their crackdown on password-sharing in the U.S. yesterday.
From here on out, anyone using your account better live with you . . . because they're charging another $7.99 for anyone living outside your home to use your account.
Premium subscribers can add up to two non-household members, while standard plan subscribers can only add one.
Primary account holders will have to set a household location on their devices . . . although you'll still be able to use your account when you travel.
And don't bank on customer outrage making all of this go away. Netflix has already started doing it in other countries, and they've seen an increase in paid memberships in some regions, including Canada.