Dice K said:I haven't noticed this discussed anywhere, so this seems like the right place. Apparently the terms and conditions have been updated in a way that's very unfavorable to circumventers of blackouts and sharers of passwords. Specifically, they're terminating users who circumvent blackouts and issuing a $100 fine, and they're threatening to charge anyone full price who uses another user's password.
You can read for yourself at the bottom of the page here.
And here's the relevant language:
How would they be identifying these violators? And what's the probability that they'll be able to enforce these terms?
Multiple sign ins from different places/countries may be detectable and therefore may be enforced. But can they? What if I use it and my wife does as well? When I travel I watch games on my Ipad.
I don't know how they can detect the use of VPNs.
Then again, it is standard language to use this terminology.