We recently learned that Disney and Charter have teamed up to fight password sharing. Now we get a look into how Disney plans to prevent password sharing of Disney+ accounts.
At the D23 event, Disney announced that you will be limited to four streams at once and no more than 10 devices per Disney+ account. For an average family, this will be more than enough, but if you plan to share your Disney+ password with others you may find yourself with more devices than allowed.
Disney is offering Disney+ for far less than many had predicted. When you include the fact that you can get Hulu, ESPN+, and Disney+ for just $12.99 a month you can understand why Disney would want to make sure password sharing is kept to a minimum.
Disney has made it clear that fighting piracy and password sharing will be a focus going forward now that they are launching Disney+. Exactly what Disney plans to do about piracy and any other plans to fight password sharing are unknown, but expect this to be just the start.
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