Nov 262016
 

Are Kodi TV Addons going to be a victim of their own success?

Million of people use Kodi as their main source of entertainment, often with help from add-ons that allow them to access pirated movies and TV-shows. While these tools are a blessing for many, the streaming cyberlockers that provide the videos see the add-ons as a major threat to their business.

While Kodi itself is a neutral platform, millions of people use third-party add- ons to turn it into the ultimate pirate machine.

TVAddons is a leading player in this field. Over the past year alone, the add-on repository has seen the number of unique users double. However, not everyone is happy with the service.

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Nov 182015
 

There are reports that some Internet Service Providers (ISP) are starting to issue Copyright Infringement Notices to Kodi Users

The reports say that some Kodi users who use Kodi to stream content have received copyright infringement notifications from the contents rights holders. One user had been streaming the latest Mad Max Fury Road movie, and received a copyright infringement notifications referring to the time he was streaming the movie on Kodi.

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Jun 212015
 

Amazon has removed the popular media center Kodi from the app store claiming it facilitates piracy. The software, formerly known as XBMC, doesn’t link to or host any infringing content, but third-party add-ons are giving the software a bad reputation.

Taking “infringing” apps out of popular app stores is one of Hollywood’s key anti-piracy priorities for the years to come.

Various entertainment industry groups frequently report “piracy-enabling” apps to Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon, alongside requests for the stores to take them offline.
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