A government review has found current laws are effective in combating illicit streaming.
The lawsuit that Dish Network brought against TVAddons with regards to the ZemTV addon for Kodi has officially been settled and is now over.
At the end of July, the Dutch developer/manager Z ceased his Kodi repository XvBMC-NL after the bailiff served a summons from Brein.
Following the news that nearly five million illegal streamers were detected during Champions League knockout stages, Irdeto is now able to reveal data on piracy activity around the UEFA Champions League final.
An eBay seller of pre-loaded Kodi boxes has agreed to pay the Premier League £18,000 and stop selling the pirate devices.
A new report from Electrical Safety First and FACT claims the majority of power supplies for illicit streaming devices pose substantial fire and electrical risks.
The TV Addons website has exposed twelve instances of ‘fake news’ published about Kodi, and Kodi addons, in British and Irish tabloids.
Rights holders in Canada, including cablers Bell Canada, TVA, Videotron, and Rogers are stepping up the battle against illegal viewing and are now targeting Kodi add-on repository TVAddons.
Dutch anti-piracy organisation Brein is stepping up action against Dutch sellers of pre-installed Kodi mediaplayers.
A major add on to the Kodi streaming devices has been taken offline. The website of TVAddons is no longer available and its Facebook and Twitter sites have also been removed.