If you gave your codes to access Netflix to friends, or members of your family, be careful, soon your codes could be blocked altogether. At the CES in Las Vegas, the famous trade show dedicated to high-tech, the British company Synamedia presented an artificial intelligence software that would allow to analyze the activity of the accounts according to the information of our colleagues of RTL.
"It looks at various factors, such as the location of an account, the time it is used, the content watched, by which device," says The Verge.
"Occasional account sharing becomes too costly to ignore, and our new solution gives operators the opportunity to take action," said Jean Marc Racine, Synamedia's Product Manager. This new system - called Credentials Sharing Insight - is being tested by several companies, according to The Verge.