VEVO illegally streams NFL game at Sundance event

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#1

VEVO illegally streams NFL game at Sundance event.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2012/02/gF3gVP.jpg[/newsimage]Someone call the pirate police. VEVO, the popular music video site owned by some of the biggest players in the business, was caught playing an unlicensed NFL game during a Sundance Film Festival party.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/vevo-illegally-streams-nfl-game-at-sundance-event-58576/](http://www.myce.com/news/vevo-illegally-streams-nfl-game-at-sundance-event-58576/)


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#2

Lol. So seriously … If two people have access to a single internet via a router, then offence can’t be proven. Sounds like neighbourhood shared wifi with your neighbours, on an expensive unlimited plan is the way of the future!!!

And lol at vevo employees knowing where to get an illegal feed, and understanding the non-accountability of their actions.


#3

Last August, a blind man was sued by a porn company for illegally downloading two X-rated films after his IP address turned up in an investigation. He argued that a neighbor must have connected to his unsecured Wi-Fi router and downloaded the movies.

Nice really a good defense. Why did a blind man have a router to begin with? And really, perhaps he gets off just HEARING the porn.


#4

[QUOTE=Zzyzxroad;2622101]Nice really a good defense. Why did a blind man have a router to begin with? And really, perhaps he gets off just HEARING the porn.[/QUOTE]

His wife installed it but didn’t secure it.


#5

[QUOTE=Zzyzxroad;2622101]Nice really a good defense. Why did a blind man have a router to begin with? And really, perhaps he gets off just HEARING the porn.[/QUOTE]
And then surfed bit torrent index sites to find porn …

It’d take forever to get to the porn section … assuming he knew a decent bittorrent site … I guess there’s even google :wink:


#6

The hyprocracy knows no bounds…

By the way, it could have been his wife that downloaded the porn. It’s not only men that watch porn, contrary to popular belief. I would say a smaller percentage than men, but probably more than most men would guess.


#7

All conversations in this thread seems to be more focused on a porn case that was just used as a example rather then the main topic of illegally streaming of the NFL game. :confused:

Guess we know where the minds are at. :bigsmile:


#8

NAKED PEOPLE…:iagree:


#9

[QUOTE=Dartman;2622586]NAKED PEOPLE…:iagree:[/QUOTE]

:bigsmile:


#10

My work here is done…:cool:


#11

[QUOTE=StormJumper;2622470]All conversations in this thread seems to be more focused on a porn case that was just used as a example rather then the main topic of illegally streaming of the NFL game.[/QUOTE]
I was thinking the same thing. Makes me kind of regret even making the connection in the first place!


#12

Well as far ass the original topic it sounds like they want everyone else to play by the rules but seeing how they know all the games and ways to get free stuff they or somebody just grabbed the feed and let it play as lots of guests probably like watching football and aren’t going to care if it’s legal feed or not, or even notice that it wasn’t.
They got caught with their hands in the cookie jar they are trying to protect. I guess it takes a thief to catch a thief kinda applies here.


#13

All I know is that the best IT security consultants were once elite hackers.

Not only were they guilty, they were deeper in trouble than mussolini after the war.
If you dug through their closets, you wouldn’t just find a few skeletons, you’d find headless chickens, knives and voodoo dolls, and maybe even a few recipes.