Streaming platform Disney+ announced Wednesday it will be cracking down on password sharing in Canada starting Nov. 1.
In an email to subscribers, the platform says it plans to launch a subscription with an ad-supported plan and update its subscriber agreement.
"In addition, we are implementing restrictions on account sharing," the email reads.
This move comes after Netflix announced earlier this year a crackdown on password sharing that received swift backlash from subscribers.
According to Disney+, the updates will come into effect Nov. 1 except for annual subscribers in Quebec. Subscribers there will see the update on their next billing date.
Subscribers are told to switch to a different plan before the new policy comes into effect.
More to come.