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The way to solve this would be to have accounts that are contextually aware of the relationship of people who own the accounts. For example, my account could have my wife's account listed as a spouse and my kids listed as kids. I then would own all of the games, but they would have access to them. Furthermore, I could control who had access to a game. The consoles could then do something behind the scenes like a street pass to affirm that I'm not game sharing with non-household members. If it doesn't sync after a week, the games are disabled. So for legit users, it's seamless. For people skirting the purchase of a game, it will cause problems.

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