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ACE and the MPA are targeting more streaming sites and pirate IPTV services.
Below you will find a full list of streaming sites and IPTV services highlighted in DMCA subpoenas submitted by ACE and the MPA.
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As reported by TorrentFreak, the Alliance for Creativity & Entertainment (ACE) along with the Motion Pictures Association (MPA) are investigating dozens more streaming sites and IPTV services.
In recent weeks, both of these copyright authority groups have obtained new DMCA subpoenas requiring Cloudflare and Tonic to hand over the personal information of the individuals behind these streaming operations.
ACE and the MPA are alleging that these streaming sites and IPTV services are infringing member studios’ rights in several movies.
Below is one of the statements found within the DMCA subpoena document:
“The subpoena requires that you provide information concerning the individuals offering infringing material described in the attached notice. As is stated in the attached subpoena, you are required to disclose to the Motion Picture Association, Inc. (on behalf of the ACE Members) information sufficient to identify the infringers. This would include the individuals’ names, physical addresses, IP addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, payment information, account updates, and account history.”
Below you will find several streaming sites and IPTV services that are listed in the subpoena documents submitted by ACE and the MPA.
This isn’t the first time we have seen copyright authorities and other watchdog groups release a target list of streaming sites and IPTV operations.
- US Government Releases List of Top Pirate Sites
- ACE & MPA Target Top Streaming Sites in 2021
- This Popular Streaming Site Finally Shut Down by ACE
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Streaming Sites & IPTV Services Listed
Within the DMCA subpoena documents submitted by ACE and the MPA, these groups highlighted several streaming sites and IPTV services on their radar.
Below we have listed some of the notable service names and URLs found in the reports.
- 6IPTV (6iptv.com)
- XtremeHD IPTV (xtremehdiptv.org)
- Magis TV (magistv.net)
For more information, you can view the official DMCA subpoena documents below.
Will Users of These Streaming Sites & IPTV Services be Contacted?
It’s uncertain what’s happening behind the scenes with ACE and the MPA’s latest targeting of more pirate websites and IPTV services.
We’ve seen website operators in the past hand over user data, streaming history, and identifying IP addresses. They’re also known to sell this sought-after information to other third parties.
It’s extremely important to only stream content not protected by copyright and protect yourself with a VPN.
Overall, it will be interesting to see what happens going forward and who else is on the target list of ACE and the MPA.
We will keep our visitors informed as more news arrives on the situation.
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