Netflix is bleeding millions because you’re too cheap to get your own account

According to an online poll conducted by Reuters this week, 12-percent of people who stream video content do so from someone else’s account — and that could be taking its toll on Netflix’s revenue. The report says that 12-percent of adults admit to logging into a streaming service — Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, etc — using someone else’s credentials. The number rises to 21-percent for people aged 18-24. Quartz uses that figure, the number of households which say they have Netflix (54-percent of American adults), and the price of a Netflix subscription to estimate that Netflix could be missing out…

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