Dozens of Pirate IPTV & Streaming Sites Face Potential ACE/MPA Disruption
Dozens of pirate IPTV suppliers and illegal streaming sites may be facing anti-piracy disruption in the weeks and months ahead. A fresh wave of documents filed in a US court shows that the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment is already investigating various platforms, including one that appears to pull videos from Warner Media’s official CDN, using Google as a proxy.
When torrent sites, streaming portals and IPTV services suddenly disappear or find themselves fighting a lawsuit, it’s common for users to be taken by surprise.
Social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Reddit are suddenly alive with questions seeking information on what happened to Site X or IPTV Service Y but, in many cases, potential answers have been available for some time.
If a service’s domain has been seized, blocked by ISPs, or an IPTV subscription has abruptly come to a halt in the face of a lawsuit, early signs of trouble can often be found in US DMCA subpoena applications granted months or even years before.
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