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If none of those tactics work, pay-TV subscribers could someday be required to sign into their accounts using their thumbprints.
“If you ask any cohort of young people if they will ever pay for Netflix or video services, the answer is unequivocally no,” said Mike McCormack, an analyst at Guggenheim Securities.
originally posted by: JAGStorm
originally posted by: paraphi
originally posted by: scolai
I agree. If people don't like this then find something else. People have choice.
You might not care now, but what do you want to bet this will transition to other things.
They are just testing the waters.
lolll wait till they can print out youre fingerprints with special 3d printers... goldmine fore justice and criminals
originally posted by: billxam
a reply to: vonclod
I watch on a 7 inch and a 10 inch tablet and both are in cases. I use a stick on the television and last time I checked there wasn't a finger scanner on it.
Like I'm going to take them out of the case, scan a fingerprint and put them back in to watch something I'll probably stop watching after 5 minutes. Give me a break.