2017 has not been kind to cable companies. Cord-cutting is hitting new highs, as Netflix subscriptions have finally overtaken cable, and a million people are dumping their pay TV subscriptions every month.
To fight back against the streaming revolution, cable companies are employing some odd choices. Price hikes for cable and internet services have been announced by most of the major providers, and now it seems that cable execs are going after a new villain: Anyone who shares passwords.
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