r/technology Feb 03 '23

Netflix says strict new password sharing rules were posted in error Business


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u/N3KIO Feb 03 '23 edited Feb 03 '23


Things like this take months or even a year to plan, you have meetings, you need approvals from the management and the higher ups, this just dosnt happen in 1 day, it takes months and months of planning to make such a change in the company and its infrastructure.

Do you really think people are this stupid lol


u/Waterrat Feb 03 '23

Why yes they do.


u/EveryNameIWantIsGone Feb 04 '23

Lol have you ever worked for a company?


u/maxpenny42 Feb 04 '23

How about the fact that this went public days ago. And there was an immediate uproar. You telling me it took this long to make an announcement that it was a simple error? Obviously they were waiting to see if they could get away with it.


u/N3KIO Feb 04 '23

oh yeah for sure, i would do the same thing as netlix, to make more money