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New UK Piracy Blocking Injunction is a Pretty Scary Beast (Kodi)

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https://torrentfreak.com/new-uk-kodi-piracy-blocking-injunction-is-a-pretty-scary-beast-170314/ Some popular Kodi addons and android apps (I wont mention any names) are now going to need a VPN from S… Read More
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3m, 1w agoPosted 3 months, 1 week ago
https://torrentfreak.com/new-uk-kodi-piracy-blocking-injunction-is-a-pretty-scary-beast-170314/

Some popular Kodi addons and android apps (I wont mention any names) are now going to need a VPN from Saturday (18th March)

I wouldn't at all be surprised if this tech is rolled out to other events like PPV and other sites hosting TV/Films in the future.

# 15/03/17 NOWTV update:
Looks like NowTV is also getting an update to prevent Plex side load for IPTV:

https://community.nowtv.com/t5/NOW-TV-Box-black/Developer-mode-no-longer-working/m-p/420973#M8031
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3m, 1w agoPosted 3 months, 1 week ago
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68 Likes
The UK government really are the worst when it comes to freedom and privacy. They erode our privacy to stop the "terrorists" and now are allowing private interests control the Internet.

The totalitarian tories who want to read all our emails, phone calls and tell us which websites we are allowed to visit.

Edited By: cat123 on Mar 14, 2017 18:18: Mar 14, 2017 18:18
46 Likes
Towelie
monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.


I do wish people would accept what they are doing is wrong. Its a company, making tv costs money, Sky dont have particularly large profits or profit margins.

Its stealing there is no moral excuse
34 Likes
The thing is though, Kodi (for simplicity) provides a service that does not currently exist.

For fans of most PL teams it is very difficult to get home match tickets let alone away ones but there is no alternative to then be able to watch those games live.

Having all PL games available for live streaming really wouldn't effect the live attendances much at all and the technology and demand exists for it so why not?

In fact teams/PL could probably make even more money than they do now if fans could also buy streaming season tickets for their clubs home and away games or even sell the games on a game-by-game basis. There would still be the demand for Sky etc as people would still want to watch other games at times but by having the two platforms, they could make even more than what they do now.

Taking Netflix as an example, they've looked at what people were streaming illegally and then offered it in a legal and affordable platform that is desired and made a killing.

If the PL/Sky et al tried to do the same instead of offering dated platforms and extorting ridiculous amounts they could make even more, especially considering they wouldn't also have to spend so much on anti-piracy measures.
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zygo
One of the reasons it's so expensive is that half the users dodge paying. Bit like motor insurance, rail travel, etc.

Calling bullcrap on that; claiming half the users are thieves without the slightest bit of evidence is just smoke and mirrors to hide the fact the general public are being overcharged.

And, where do you get the evidence to prove half of all motorists and rail travelers are thieves - is it from the same peeps who claim half the disabled are thieves?

Your claims are absolutely nothing short of unfounded wicked lies.
22 Likes
Meh, it will just drive the 'criminals' deeper online.

Piracy will always be around and one or two steps ahead while there are monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.

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22 Likes #1
Meh, it will just drive the 'criminals' deeper online.

Piracy will always be around and one or two steps ahead while there are monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.
#2
So why not mention names?
3 Likes #3
Towelie
Meh, it will just drive the 'criminals' deeper online.

Piracy will always be around and one or two steps ahead while there are monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.


rrrrrrrrrrrrrr me hearties!
#4
it also has a beach on the end
2 Likes #5
gt321
UK is so messed up. US has no bans on internet from government.
yeah, guess you'd be thinking differently if you actually were getting your films ripped off.
68 Likes #6
The UK government really are the worst when it comes to freedom and privacy. They erode our privacy to stop the "terrorists" and now are allowing private interests control the Internet.

The totalitarian tories who want to read all our emails, phone calls and tell us which websites we are allowed to visit.

Edited By: cat123 on Mar 14, 2017 18:18: Mar 14, 2017 18:18
#7
snoopy18
So why not mention names?
Public forum, against the rules
#8
I wonder if they'll block those mag boxes or whatever they're called.
9 Likes #9
cat123
The UK government really are the worst when it comes to freedom and privacy. They erode our privacy to stop the "terrorists" and now are allowing private interests control the Internet. The totalitarian tories who want to read all our emails, phone calls and tell us which websites we are allowed to visit.


You think this would be any different under Labour? Blame the greedy lobbying of the media companies, who refuse to acknowledge the issue lies in supplying the right content for the right price.
#10
Next on the agenda.....read your emails!
#11
sparky83
Or you could just do piracy properly and get a Zgemma H2S and get sky tv full package inc porn and pay per view via your satellite for about 108 quid on ebay with sky q skin and 12 month 'gift'.
sounds almost criminal, actually simply criminal.
46 Likes #12
Towelie
monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.


I do wish people would accept what they are doing is wrong. Its a company, making tv costs money, Sky dont have particularly large profits or profit margins.

Its stealing there is no moral excuse
3 Likes #13
delboyd
cat123
The UK government really are the worst when it comes to freedom and privacy. They erode our privacy to stop the "terrorists" and now are allowing private interests control the Internet.
The totalitarian tories who want to read all our emails, phone calls and tell us which websites we are allowed to visit.
You think this would be any different under Labour? Blame the greedy lobbying of the media companies, who refuse to acknowledge the issue lies in supplying the right content for the right price.

Not saying it would or wouldn't the fact is it was tories who have brought in all these new powers.

The truth is TV is really poor. I don't have sky it's rotten mostly old repeats and adverts. We should be encouraging more people to stop watching TV.

Premier League football is overpriced rubbish. I liked it when football was actually entertaining.

Edited By: cat123 on Mar 14, 2017 18:29
3 Likes #14
cat123
allowing private interests control the Internet.

You mean try to stop people from stealing, shameful.
12 Likes #15
davidian84
I do wish people would accept what they are doing is wrong. Its a company, making tv costs money, Sky dont have particularly large profits or profit margins.Its stealing there is no moral excuse


I think you will find Sky have massive profits. Especially the fat cats up at the top who take massive salaries and pay very little tax...
#16
Anyone know any good vpn for Amazon fire stick
1 Like #17
bigjugs4me
davidian84
Towelie
monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.
I do wish people would accept what they are doing is wrong. Its a company, making tv costs money, Sky dont have particularly large profits or profit margins.
Its stealing there is no moral excuse
I think you will find Sky have massive profits. Especially the fat cats up at the top who take massive salaries and pay very little tax...

all big companies do the same. thats business, sky is no different.
#18
*Sloman*
snoopy18
So why not mention names?
Public forum, against the rules
Can't see why?
You're not condoning the use of it and they got talked about everyday on here.
1 Like #19
Towelie
Meh, it will just drive the 'criminals' deeper online.
Piracy will always be around and one or two steps ahead while there are monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.
One of the reasons it's so expensive is that half the users dodge paying. Bit like motor insurance, rail travel, etc.
5 Likes #20
davidian84
cat123
allowing private interests control the Internet.
You mean try to stop people from stealing, shameful.

What's shameful? What are they stealing? Our private emails and phone calls Or are you talking about streaming a football match that's more or less worthless when it's over?
2 Likes #21
Smartdns unlocks your router or or change dns in modem to googles
7 Likes #22
cat123
What's shameful? What are they stealing? Our private emails and phone calls Or are you talking about streaming a football match that's more or less worthless when it's over?


I was being sarcastic. Its not up to you what something is worth. Game of thrones costs millions per episode to make streaming it is no different to stealing milk. its just easier to get away with it.

I dont really care what people do is just annoying when people boast and act like theyre doing the moral thing.

Edited By: davidian84 on Mar 14, 2017 18:37: Mar 14, 2017 18:37
#23
sparky83
Or you could just do piracy properly and get a Zgemma H2S and get sky tv full package inc porn and pay per view via your satellite for about 108 quid on ebay with sky q skin and 12 month 'gift'.
Or maybe not
5 Likes #24
foolis9
Smartdns unlocks your router or or change dns in modem to googles


That won't help. Your traffic will still be visible by your ISP so will be blockable.

You'll have to VPN to avoid getting angry letters or just simply cut off.
1 Like #25
All of this is fine yet Microsoft allow apps on the Xbox one store that allow you to stream illegal content (movies/TV)
2 Likes #26
cat123
davidian84
cat123
allowing private interests control the Internet.
You mean try to stop people from stealing, shameful.
What's shameful? What are they stealing? Our private emails and phone calls Or are you talking about streaming a football match that's more or less worthless when it's over?

If the government want to listen to my phone calls and read my emails, they honestly can. I have nothing to hide and to be honest, I feel sorry for the poor sod who has to do it because they'd find nothing interesting at all. X)
8 Likes #27
Its an old argument and as always fun :) how many of us oldies remember taping the top 40 every sunday and IIRC it was considered acceptable for you own use by the powers that be, so is it the same as that or not :{

Anyhow an absolute waste of money as work arounds will be up and running in no time oO

"you can't stop the signal mal"
4 Likes #28
Good, piracy needs to be brought to a halt the sooner the better.
34 Likes #29
The thing is though, Kodi (for simplicity) provides a service that does not currently exist.

For fans of most PL teams it is very difficult to get home match tickets let alone away ones but there is no alternative to then be able to watch those games live.

Having all PL games available for live streaming really wouldn't effect the live attendances much at all and the technology and demand exists for it so why not?

In fact teams/PL could probably make even more money than they do now if fans could also buy streaming season tickets for their clubs home and away games or even sell the games on a game-by-game basis. There would still be the demand for Sky etc as people would still want to watch other games at times but by having the two platforms, they could make even more than what they do now.

Taking Netflix as an example, they've looked at what people were streaming illegally and then offered it in a legal and affordable platform that is desired and made a killing.

If the PL/Sky et al tried to do the same instead of offering dated platforms and extorting ridiculous amounts they could make even more, especially considering they wouldn't also have to spend so much on anti-piracy measures.
1 Like #30
AndiTails
foolis9
Smartdns unlocks your router or or change dns in modem to googles

That won't help. Your traffic will still be visible by your ISP so will be blockable.

You'll have to VPN to avoid getting angry letters or just simply cut off.

And how are the ISPs etc supposed to make more money when they block half of their customers?
33 Likes #31
zygo
One of the reasons it's so expensive is that half the users dodge paying. Bit like motor insurance, rail travel, etc.

Calling bullcrap on that; claiming half the users are thieves without the slightest bit of evidence is just smoke and mirrors to hide the fact the general public are being overcharged.

And, where do you get the evidence to prove half of all motorists and rail travelers are thieves - is it from the same peeps who claim half the disabled are thieves?

Your claims are absolutely nothing short of unfounded wicked lies.
1 Like #32
mfactor
Its an old argument and as always fun :) how many of us oldies remember taping the top 40 every sunday and IIRC it was considered acceptable for you own use by the powers that be, so is it the same as that or not :{
Anyhow an absolute waste of money as work arounds will be up and running in no time oO"you can't stop the signal mal"
Mr. Universe FTW.
#33
Really
2 Likes #34
So it's the people supplying the stream that there aiming for have o read that correct? Just watching it your not breaking any laws never mind this BS one. Sky don't make alot of money......Seriously...Rupert Murdoch paid billions for a laugh did he.
3 Likes #35
sparky83
Or you could just do piracy properly and get a Zgemma H2S and get sky tv full package inc porn and pay per view via your satellite for about 108 quid on ebay with sky q skin and 12 month 'gift'.


Or you could do it properly without paying somebody £100+. Buy a Zgemma, get a line for £10 for the year. Forget unreliable EBay 'gifts'.
#36
Cl1nt0n
So it's the people supplying the stream that there aiming for have o read that correct? Just watching it your not breaking any laws never mind this BS one. Sky don't make alot of money......Seriously...Rupert Murdoch paid billions for a laugh did he.
noone said sky dont make lots of money i think you are confused
#37
davidian84
Towelie
monopolies trying to extort ridiculous amounts of money for services.

I do wish people would accept what they are doing is wrong. Its a company, making tv costs money, Sky dont have particularly large profits or profit margins.

Its stealing there is no moral excuse


Hahaha Sky don't even pay out when people win bets on skybet, their tv and internet packages are VERY EXPENSIVE, I'm sure they're scraping by X)
2 Likes #38
tryn2help
zygo
One of the reasons it's so expensive is that half the users dodge paying. Bit like motor insurance, rail travel, etc.
Calling bullcrap on that; claiming half the users are thieves without the slightest bit of evidence is just smoke and mirrors to hide the fact the general public are being overcharged.
And, where do you get the evidence to prove half of all motorists and rail travelers are thieves - is it from the same peeps who claim half the disabled are thieves?
Your claims are absolutely nothing short of unfounded wicked lies.
The old stat is that 87% will do the 'right' thing in any given situation
perfectly true as far as I can tell
but the fact is legal services are still far from perfect even after all these years
http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/now-tv-subtitles-selected-devices-2633440
#39
cottontop74
All of this is fine yet Microsoft allow apps on the Xbox one store that allow you to stream illegal content (movies/TV)


SHHH haha oO
3 Likes #40
Is streaming really stealing? It doesn't permanently deprive anyone of anything.

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