Possibly the majority but definitely not 99% -- I have a TV in my office and I work from home. I have the TV on in the background like a lot of people, but if I get a phone call or a family member comes in, or I need to run to the bathroom/kitchen, or any of 100 other reasons, I'll pause it, expecting to come right back. Much of the time I do come right back, which is why I don't stop it. Stopping it causes 2 primary issues:
1) It does the 15sec auto-rewind (which I like when I'm starting back an episode I wasn't just watching)
2) If I'm within the last few percent of the episode, Emby will *erroneously* mark the episode as watched.
So it doesn't make sense to stop the show every time I need to walk into the other room. And for years I've relied on the Auto Logoff feature to close everything down and put the TV to sleep if I don't return in a reasonable amount of time.
This isn't that weird of a use-case. Maybe the people that only watch TV for an hour at night will stop the content like you're "supposed to", but the junkies out there that always have the TV on, pausing is very common.
This mostly just affects TV apps, so can you not just stick a checkbox on the Android/Fire version to allow Auto-Logoff to apply on paused content? I'm fine with limiting it to non-live content if that addresses the main concern for not doing this.