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2020-02-23 03:10 PM
MCIBUS Android boxes can also have "legal" uses. These same "ilegal" sites? can also be download onto computers & Smart TV's? Where's Superchannel against them?
2020-02-23 01:55 PM
buckycat Does Super Channel even have anything worth pirating?
2020-02-23 01:16 PM
NeilN "Super Channel is also demanding that the retailers reveal the identity of customers who bought the TV boxes." Good luck with that. This is like demanding the identity of everyone who bought laptops because you managed to get some salesperson to tell you about torrent sites.
2020-02-23 12:30 PM
buckycat
Super Channel is suing retailers, customers over TV boxes and pirate content

https://globalnews.ca/news/6547064/s...-android-kodi/
2020-01-04 10:55 AM
Zank Frappa 11 Years ago torrentfreak were reporting on Piratebay.org's demise, didn't happen.

https://torrentfreak.com/?s=piratebay.org

Factually, this is a whack-a-mole game that has no winner beyond law firms and costs consumers of original content pennies per month.

Bevfan, you may want to boycott Digital Home Canada as this forum is sponsored by VPN Authority, a company that makes it easier to pirate content anonymously.

P.S. I find it hilarious that VPNAuthority.com is blocked by my browser due to HTML:Script-inf, Who checks ads here?????
2020-01-02 06:53 PM
ExDilbert And if you believe American entertainment industry propaganda, do I have a conspiracy theory for you...
2020-01-02 03:44 PM
bev fan
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Originally Posted by NeilN View Post
One of the last groups Canada should listen to on copyright is the EU: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/0...ontroversy-any

Heck, many of their member countries have a ludicrous "panorama copyright", meaning you can't take and publish a picture for commercial purposes of a public place without obtaining a license.
It is not only EU that complains about luck of anti-piracy laws in Canada. US has complained about it for years and has placed Canada many times on the watch list of 10 countries that fail to deter piracy.
2020-01-02 11:46 AM
ExDilbert
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Originally Posted by European Commission Calls Out Canada’s Lacking Copyright Policy
The repeated use of the term “stakeholder” shows that the Commission heavily relies on input from copyright holders. While this is common, it may not be the most balanced approach.
I hope they don't come after me for quoting the article. I seems like that's what copyright holders want to be able to do.
2020-01-02 10:12 AM
NeilN One of the last groups Canada should listen to on copyright is the EU: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/0...ontroversy-any

Heck, many of their member countries have a ludicrous "panorama copyright", meaning you can't take and publish a picture for commercial purposes of a public place without obtaining a license.
2020-01-02 09:46 AM
bev fan Another article about useless Canadian anti-piracy laws.
https://torrentfreak.com/european-co...policy-200101/
2019-11-24 07:45 PM
bev fan
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Originally Posted by MCIBUS View Post
IPTV companies will simple change their IP Address/portal and if you got a reseller they'll simply just e-mail the new portal for the service?
I agree it may not be as effective but it could create headaches for pirates.
More effective way would be to follow in Dish Network’s or others footsteps.

https://torrentfreak.com/dish-sues-m...-sites-191122/
https://torrentfreak.com/millions-in...gation-191124/
2019-11-22 06:25 PM
metalhawk Yep. That's a game of whack-a-mole that the big companies can't win. The solution is to offer a product that people want at a price people want to pay. We were well on the way with Netflix, Prime and Crave (or Hulu in the US) but greed has derailed this at the moment (but that's a discussion for another thread).
2019-11-22 05:45 PM
MCIBUS IPTV companies will simple change their IP Address/portal and if you got a reseller they'll simply just e-mail the new portal for the service?
2019-11-22 01:15 AM
metalhawk
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Originally Posted by bev fan View Post
They haven’t started blocking Gold tv yet. It should start 15 days after the court order.
It is not useless as it creates extra work and expense for the pirates. If it does not curb piracy in Canada then I am pretty sure they will ask courts to allow telcos to implement other counter measures. It could be going after IPTV service providers or VPN’s

https://torrentfreak.com/gears-reloa...ellcat-191121/
https://torrentfreak.com/bell-asked-...n-vpns-190129/
These days, the costs (new domain name, maybe switch servers) are minuscule compared to the amount of money those shady companies are making. And it's just the cost of doing business.

And I guess I didn't word it properly above. Obviously they aren't blocked yet, but within 24 hours they were already ready to go under a new name and domain name.
2019-11-21 09:06 AM
bev fan
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Originally Posted by metalhawk View Post
Absolutely useless, as shown in Australia. Easily by-passed by anyone with two brain cells as far as technology is concerned, which is anyone who knows about IPTV in the first place.

Oh, and GoldTV is already back as SilverTV, and operating as if nothing happened.

As I said, useless.
They haven’t started blocking Gold tv yet. It should start 15 days after the court order.
It is not useless as it creates extra work and expense for the pirates. If it does not curb piracy in Canada then I am pretty sure they will ask courts to allow telcos to implement other counter measures. It could be going after IPTV service providers or VPN’s

https://torrentfreak.com/gears-reloa...ellcat-191121/
https://torrentfreak.com/bell-asked-...n-vpns-190129/
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