Blocking entire app stores would be the most dramatic anti-piracy act we’ve seen yet
Two media companies are seeking one of the most sweeping legal orders we’ve seen yet from an Australian court, in an effort to reduce the use of paid pirate IPTV services.
The two motions are being brought by a Hong Kong-based TV firm and Australia’s Roadshow Films, ComputerWorld reports, and they’re trying to shut down pirated IPTV services, normally delivered via Android TV boxes that are cheaply available with software that provides a cable-esque experience without actually paying for channels.
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Blocking entire app stores would be the most dramatic anti-piracy act we’ve seen yet originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 16 Apr 2018 at 23:34:25 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.