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Popular Streaming Apps BeeTV and TeaTV have been acknowledged in a new subpoena to Cloudflare.
As first reported by TorrentFreak, ACE and the MPA are pursuing the app owners for alleged copyright infringement.
BeeTV and TeaTV are used by hundreds of thousands of people to stream content including Movies and TV Shows.
The official websites for these applications including the GitHub Repos are being targeted by the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment.
ACE is well known for their anti-piracy measures with various shutdowns and more.
Due to the popularity of Jailbroken Firesticks and other streaming devices, ACE seems to be turning its eye toward applications that users install on various streaming devices.
Within the subpoena complaint is a requirement from Cloudflare to provide the following:
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.
The websites referenced host download links for both BeeTV and TeaTV with infringed title examples and links.
You can find the entire subpoena sent from ACE to Cloudflare using the link below.
As noted above, the MPA (Motion Picture Association) also sent takedown notices to GitHub for both BeeTV and CyberFlix.
Within these notices are examples of “extensive copyright infringement” including screenshots of various Movies and TV Shows owned by the MPA that are available through these apps.
It will be interesting to see if or when Cloudflare will comply with the subpoena and what ACE will do with this information.
Does This Surprise You?
Does this come as a surprise to you? It shouldn’t if you’ve been following TROYPOINT for any period of time. In both of our in-depth reviews for these free streaming apps we’ve pointed out the possible legal problems and we also instruct users how to use these apps securely and legally.
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