I just an article about a court offering an opinion on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). It is generating a ton of buzz about sharing passwords for the purpose of accessing information that you are not allowed to access. It says sharing your passwords to netflix or hbogo could result in prosecution.
This application seems to be pretty petty, but it does make you think and may make some of us worry. Would it apply to people that live in the same household? What about your kids at college?
The power of the headline or title
There are a lot of articles popping up with Netflix in the title to draw you to click only to find out it really is not much about netflix at all. The headline is usually the draw.. and of course it is part of what determines your rank on the search engines.
This is one form of writing that frustrates a lot of people, but it works. I clicked on it.