Sotos wrote:stud, can you please stop polluting my thread with irrelevant things? Just because you are technologically challenged and you can not understand that what I write here is not relevant with p2p, torrents and card sharing this doesn't mean you can post off-topic issues in my thread!!
No I am not discussing torrents or p2p : I have never mentioned them.
Now If netflix or some other streaming service has legally acquired the right from the copyright holder to broadcast certain materials over the intnet then yes I agree there is no offence
many of the VPN's are illegally tapping into the stream and then reditributing illegally.
Unless someone has the clear permission of a copyright holder, by proving you with access to a stream of copyright material without permission, that person, eg a VPN provider,(who is normally in effect a card sharer) is in breach of copyright.
Virtualy any method or technique that allows circumvention of or vioaltion of the rights of broadcasters to control access to their content except on payment of any charges the legitimate broadcaster may levy is probably illgeal, and you may well find this applies to the service you mention in your last post. Do they have the full permission friom say Sky to sell you access to Sky's service at such a reduced price?
The message is clear : Once you step away from direct reception from a properly licensed broadcaster by the means permitted by that broadcaster you and the people who have faciliated the the data supply to you are probably committing criminal offences. Understood?
Other CFer's have a right to know that what you suggest could land tham before a court. If they want to run the risk that is their option but they should do so in the full knowldge of the risks.
johnkim wrote:I've developed a workaround to watch Netflix Outside USA.
Basically, you will need a Virtual Prepaid U.S. credit card and a proxy service to allow you to sign up and watch Netflix outside USA.
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