Apple TV boxes now support the best VPN app service

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Would something like this flag sites that prohibit password-sharing? For example, if Netflix sees your account logging in from Chicago (USA), Melbourne (Australia), and London (England), I thought they might think you're sharing your password, or at the very least that you've been hacked.
 

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Would something like this flag sites that prohibit password-sharing? For example, if Netflix sees your account logging in from Chicago (USA), Melbourne (Australia), and London (England), I thought they might think you're sharing your password, or at the very least that you've been hacked.

Agreed to a point. Companies like that require the enabling of “Location Services” and they seem to cross check it with your primary location. If they are different, some apps will ask if you are traveling whereas others will deny the request and state something to the effect of being outside of your viewing area. Others do not care and will adjust to the area depicted via the VPN.
 

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