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stremio + warning from ISP


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#1 snglnluvnit

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 06:16 PM

Hello all, not sure if this query belongs in this forum, but it was good place to start.  My brother-in-law got a notice via an email: see below.  He thinks it is due to his use of Stremio, but I'm not so sure.  Does anyone know anything about  Stremio service and it's legitimacy or if it would possibly cause this?  Or for that matter any ideas about this sort of thing.

Thanks,

Scott

 

 

"[AB-M57677560Z] Notification of Acceptable Use Policy Violation of Multiple DMCA Infringements
Today, 9:51 AM
You
 
Customer ID:      (his user name was here)
 
 
The purpose of this warning is to inform you that CenturyLink has received multiple
notices of copyright infringement sent pursuant to the Digital Millennium
Copyright Act ("DMCA") in connection with your account.  The DMCA, passed by
Congress in 1998, allows copyright owners to notify a service provider such as
CenturyLink of alleged copyright infringement carried out on the provider's network.
Copies of the DMCA notifications CenturyLink received are included below.
 
Please be reminded that unauthorized posting of copyrighted material is a
violation of CenturyLink's Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and High Speed Internet
Subscriber Agreement which prohibits use of the CenturyLink Network and Services in
any manner that would infringe, dilute, misappropriate, or otherwise violate
the intellectual property rights of others.
 
The CenturyLink Acceptable Use Policy and the High Speed Internet Subscriber
Agreement provides that CenturyLink may suspend or terminate your service for
violation of the AUP and/or Subscriber Agreement.
 
Please be advised that if this violation continues, or in the event that
additional violations occur, CenturyLink may take further action, including the
suspension or termination of your Service."
 


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#2 buddy215

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 06:56 PM

That looks pretty clear to me. I don't know what was included in the email as to.....Copies of the DMCA notifications CenturyLink received are included below.

 

Downloading pirated software, movies, music is illegal. Whatever the source is such as the one you mentioned....Stremio...doesn't matter.

The Consequences of a DMCA Violation | Legalbeagle.com


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Posted 05 April 2018 - 07:47 PM

Okay thanks buddy215.

Scott






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