1. Stealing and theft are both synonyms . No need to flip out. 2. Really depends on the laws where you are and your stance on the issue. Not everyone has to think like you do, just like how the laws aren't the same as the ones in the US. We all have our own idea of what is moral or immoral so in this way morality is subjective. Isn't there a law in which Americans can be sent to prison without trial or right? Violating the 1rst Amendment, nice double standards. My cousin in Indiana let me have her netflix information. Currently netflix doesn't have anything about not having dual users using the same account. My brother let me borrow his PS3 and I completed Twisted Metal. Similar scenarios like this happen everywhere on a mass scale be it, while I don't have the resources to back up it, anyone with a social life would agree with me. Now I know what you might be thinking. "That's not stealing your cousin and your brother gave their consent." However Sony or Netflix did not approve of it. Don't get me wrong Netflix and Sony will be in business for years to come. Like the copying of a woman's purse or a crappy desktop at wal-mart. There are no real incidents in which someone got arrested for sharing a possession.