Legislator in Tennessee, recognized as the home of country music, have approved a latest law that makes it unlawful to share log-in information for Internet music or movie subscription sites.
Bill Haslam, Tennessee Governor, signed the bill and it will be effective on July 1. It states that using somebody else’s account to enter Internet movie and music subscription sites, still with the permission of the holder of the account, will be considered against the law and succeeding events will be taken against the violator.
It is considered that the bill was in fact shoved through by major recording labels, the . . . → Read More: Lawmakers in Tennessee Imposes Law Claiming the Illegality of Netflix Log-in Information Sharing