Numlock News: February 11, 2020 • Popeyes, P…

By Walt Hickey Streaming An estimated 10.7 million people in the U.S. mooched off of a streaming log-in that did not belong to a family plan, according to an incisive new report form a bunch of narcs who need to shut their trap before they blow up this whole grift. The research found that — of the 95 million people who’d used a major streaming service last year — 68 million paid for themselves, 25 million accessed through a family plan, 13 million were on a trial, and the other 11 million are about to have their spot blown up by some buzzkills at “MusicWatch” unless everyone suddenly chills out and lowers their voice, jeez. The study found that of family plan account holders, just 4 percent share with friends who don’t live in the same home, so get a load of this guy.

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