- Jul 14, 2005
This will turn in to a PITA once they start it up ....Majority of phones and tablets at home are likely on the home's wifi.
Additionally, if they've used home wifi recently and accessed Netflix they're a trusted device. Like my kids' Kindles for example, they'll be able to take them to grandma's with no fuss under this.
Otherwise entering a 2-factor code like many other sites just once a week will be a relatively seamless process for most anyways.
Sure, but then it becomes counterproductive. They need a consistent, scalable solution.
An addl hassle that people didn't sign up for.
They will Loss plenty of people ...
Think about it, IF I am using someone elses password, say a friend, not a hacker ... remember, THEY are the ones that said, SHARE YOUR PASWORD ... My friend says, Hey, Netflix wants more money because your using my password, I can see BOTH people LEAVING the service ...
The just pass along the 4 digit code is No different than sharing the Password.
I guess well have to see how often people are bothered with this ... how do they prove that I don't have both locations in my name ?
I have 2 homes plus a Cottage .... I can watch them at on location, but when I got to the lake, I get to be hassled if I use it more often up there ?
Just thinking of issues that might or will happen, like I said above, well see how often they actually annoy people with this "Option"