With so many streaming service options available these days, it seems impossible to choose which ones are worth subscribing to. The alternative that many people have come up with is sharing passwords amongst family and friends, cutting down on the amount that each person has to spend. So, many users were when surprised when they discovered Disney+'s password sharing rules went after this loophole.\nDisney+ officially launched on November 12, and although the streaming service was so overwhelmed by demand on the launch day that the site stopped working, most people have breezed past this hiccup and continued to use Disney+.\nThe streaming service offers users a chance to relive their childhood with all the films from the Disney vault, the most amazing selection of Disney Channel series, and as an added bonus, all the Marvel and Star Wars films for fanatics to watch with the click of a button.\nFrom the get-go, Disney+ has been transparent with users about its plan to crack down on password sharing between accounts. Essentially, this means passing your account information onto other people outside of your household so that they can use the service without paying the subscription fee.\nThe reason for doing this is simple — people not paying for their own account means less revenue for Disney+. Unsurprisingly, viewers don't necessarily agree with the rules.\nWith streaming sites trying to cut down on password sharing looks like I won’t be subscribing to these services once that happens. I’m splitting the cost of Disney+ and Netflix right now because I can’t afford them on my own. 😞👎🏼— Katie 💕 🎶 (@KatieDierckens) November 17, 2019\nI’m reading the Disney+ password sharing rules and they actually don’t make sense. Seems suuuuper finicky.— .moná.🌙✏️🌻 (@themoongrows) November 17, 2019\ndisney+ should make a continued watching section before they try to prevent people from password sharing— sar (@wonderstrckluke) November 16, 2019\n"With streaming sites trying to cut down on password sharing looks like I won’t be subscribing to these services once that happens. I’m splitting the cost of Disney+ and Netflix right now because I can’t afford them on my own," one user tweeted.\n"I’m reading the Disney+ password sharing rules and they actually don’t make sense. Seems suuuuper finicky," added another.\nYet another Twitter user also suggested that the streaming service address other issues before conquering password sharing, saying, "Disney+ should make a continued watching section before they try to prevent people from password sharing".\nstreaming services: we're cracking down on password sharingme & my husband: we gave our Disney+ info to our Hooter's waitress— y'all think jfk was a twunk? (@pussyjuicebox) November 16, 2019\nAlisa pays for disney+. I pay for netflix. Mel pays for hulu. Perfect group of friends cause we be sharing passwords.— Cassondra Cazares (@itsCassondra) November 17, 2019\nInstead of Disney+ worrying about people sharing passwords, can they add a next episode button and show you what episodes you’ve already watched? Because tbh I think I watched the same Lizzie McGuire episode 3 times 🥴 pic.twitter.com/Er3jTMvfsa— Breezy Stardust (@BriannaNoreen) November 16, 2019\nDisney when they see all y’all tweeting about sharing passwords pic.twitter.com/I5ivzkjx1Q— Joshua Treviño (@ovoJT5) November 15, 2019\nGood luck with that, Disney is actively seeking out n fighting password sharing— Cracked Skull Media (@CrackSkullMedia) November 12, 2019\nAlliance for creativity and entertainment, a benign sounding coalition with Netflix Amazon Disney and HBO among its members are trying to figure out how to stop people from sharing their streaming service passwords😒— SkywalkerWithTheForce (@JFK_905) November 12, 2019\nDisney+ has launched, but if you're planning on sharing your password with friends and family, it might be tougher than you think pic.twitter.com/w3nNfPIaWt @tictoc— Karim RAFFA (@karimraffa) November 12, 2019\nUsers of Disney+ clearly aren't impressed with this new rule, and only time will tell if the streaming service's content is good enough for them to pay the monthly fee.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.