Kodi have long been a great way to stream movies, TV shows, music and much more. Either through an Apple TV, Amazon Firestick, or even a Google Chromecast you can usually hack them to get Kodi running. There is also a Kodi box. However a stark warning have been issued to UK consumers, that if you are misusing Kodi to illegally stream films or TV shows, other words, copyright material. Then you should expect a letter from your broadband provider letting you know that your connection have been detected has been used to pirate TV shows. The letter will probably say something along the lines of:
Get it Right is a Government-backed campaign acting for copyright owners who think their content’s been shared without their permission.It looks like someone has been using your broadband to share copyrighted material (that means things like music, films, sport or books). And as your broadband provider, we have to let you know when this happens.
However, is it time to worry and get rid of you Kodi box or stop using the Kodi software on your Apple TV. Hmm, not really, Kodi is prefectly legal. The issue might arises if you use it for instance to watch Premier League football or live sports, that should be from either Virgin, Sky or BT. It’s not clear if you will receive a fine or taken to court if you routinely ignore the letters.