When we sign up for a Netflix account, the company agrees to provide us with programming, and we agree to pay a monthly fee.
In addition, we agree not to share our password with people outside of our household.
Oh, but wait! That last bit is in the small print that no one reads. You know, just above the “I accept” button. If no one reads that stuff, and everyone knows that no one reads that stuff, then it’s not enforceable, right?
“I accept.” It’s pretty straight-forward English.
So Netflix is entirely within its rights to enforce the agreement, and everyone complaining about it should have an honest look in the mirror.