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ACE & MPA Targeting More Streaming Sites and IPTV – Names Listed

ACE & MPA Targeting More Streaming Sites and IPTV Services

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.

We want to know your thoughts in the comments. What do you think of this latest targeting of more streaming sites and IPTV services?

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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.

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.

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.

ace targets more streaming sites

IPTV Services

  • 6IPTV (6iptv.com)
  • XtremeHD IPTV (xtremehdiptv.org)
  • Magis TV (magistv.net)

Streaming Sites

  • ymovies.to
  • 123moviesfree.so
  • 123movieshub.tc
  • 2embed.ru
  • cine-calidad.com
  • cliver.me
  • cuevana.pro
  • cuevana3.cc
  • d123movies.to
  • ffmovies.sc
  • pelisplay.co
  • pelis24.se
  • putlockers.li
  • repelis.red
  • seriesflix.video
  • suzihaza.com
  • we-play.live
  • televisionlibre.net

For more information, you can view the official DMCA subpoena documents below.

Cloudflare DMCA Subpoena Document – Streaming Sites (PDF)

Cloudflare DMCA Subpoena Document – IPTV (PDF)

Tonic DMCA Subpoena Document (PDF)


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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.

What do you think of this latest targeting of more streaming sites and IPTV services from ACE and the MPA?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!


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10 thoughts on “ACE & MPA Targeting More Streaming Sites and IPTV – Names Listed”

  1. Good luck with that one, the only thing that they going to do is move to other hosting facilities that do not sue google, google are losers anyway.
    was in telecom (VOIP) for 40 years so good luck almost impossible to do so. Who cafres who they are.

  2. This is a tactic designed to force innocent common carriers to rat out their customers saving ACE/MPA a ton of money that they would need to investigate the matter themselves.
    Similar to demanding that ISPs rat out their customers.
    I don’t use cloudflare, but if I did they would not know my name, address, credit card information, sexual preferences, etc, etc.
    If they demanded that from me then I would no longer be their customer.
    VPNs are one way we can protect ourselves from this sort of surveillance.
    So naturally the next step is to put pressure on VPN operators to reveal their user’s private information.
    And the bigger and more profitable a VPN company is, the more pressure is applicable to break the privacy of their users.
    Symantec/Norton has already gone down that rabbit hole. They provide “free” VPN service as pert of their various packages, but somehow Symantec knows exactly what you are doing within their VPN.
    Solution: use small privately owned idealistic VPN providers, ISPs etc. who have sworn to go out of business rather than give in to government and legal pressure to compromise your security.
    -Mike L.

  3. “For a 30-second ad during the Super Bowl, some advertisers have paid as much as $7 million, according to NBC. The average cost was $6.5 million for 2021”. So why does the consumer have to pay anything? Why? Because, in 1957, after 25 million American televisions tuned into a musical version of Cinderella, executives calculated that had the network received 25 cents for each television tuned to the show, it would have earned more than $6 million without distribution costs. The average cost of basic cable in 2022 is around $60 a month! And ACE and MPA wonder why people are willing to circumvent the rules to get a few hours of entertainment?

  4. I think ACE NEEDS TO MIND THEIR OWN BUSINESS AND STAY IN THEIR OWN LANE. We purchase a VPN to hide ourselves from criminals like them. There is absolutely nothing wrong from streaming.

  5. I believe that if ACE and MPA have enough funds in their kitties to go after hardworking people just trying to save a buck, then they have enough to force cable companies to lower prices to an affordable price by taking a smaller profit. Unfortunately after the past couple of years of lockdowns and such, people don’t have the warewithall to boycott blockbuster movies such as “Maverick” and show these Hollywood bigwigs that we actually hold their future in our hands, not the other way around. Has anyone noticed that these movements by ACE and MPA have doubled or tripled since covid restrictions have eased… Hmmmm

  6. Releasing these names is a way of shutting them down without any financial burden to ACE or MPA, as some site owners will simply shut down and run for the hills in fear. This is, fortunately, just the tip of the iceburg and will serve to force iptv and streamers farther into the dark web, and to places beyond ACE and MPA’s reach. This has been going on for 30 years or more, and it’s only served to force advancements in encryption and masking software as an example. The one thing that gets me is there profits continue to climb and they continue to charge advertisers exorbitant fees while dipping into our ever deminishing bank accounts to raise their profits and influence even further.
    Have fun and STREAM ON.

    1. I’m for sure that the VPN soon or later will a new way to bypass the detection tool, that’s the technology.

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