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Disney and Charter Communications are teaming up to prevent multiple people from sharing the same streaming account across their offerings, according to a new report. What does that mean for future Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ users? Get ready to say goodbye to using your ex’s login.
The news arrives amid a new distribution agreement announced between Disney and Charter, which is the nation’s second-biggest cable company, boasting nearly 16 million customers nationwide. In their joint announcement, Disney and Charter said they have “agreed to work together on piracy mitigation. The two companies will work together to implement business rules and techniques to address such issues as unauthorized access and password sharing.”
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How exactly they plan to put a cap on password sharing is unclear, with the companies stating “we don’t have details to share at this time.”
In addition to streaming services, the deal allows Charter to continue housing Disney-owned TV channels on its cable service, including ABC, the various Disney and ESPN channels, along with FX, National Geographic, and others.
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“This agreement will allow Spectrum to continue delivering to its customers popular Disney content, makes possible future distribution by Spectrum of...
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