ACE/MPA Target BeeTV, TeaTV in Cloudflare Subpoena?

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Popular Streaming Apps BeeTV and TeaTV have been conceded in a new subpoena to Cloudflare.

TorrentFreak reported that ACE(Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment) and the MPA(Motion Picture Association) prosecute the app owners for alleged copyright infringement.

Hundreds of thousands of people use BeeTV and TeaTV to stream content such as movies and TV shows.

The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment is targeting the official websites for these applications, including the GitHub Repos.

ACE is quite known for their anti-piracy tactics including numerous shutdowns and many more.

ACE shuts down illegal german-language streaming sites HDFILME and XCINE.

Due to the prominence of Jailbroken Firesticks and other streaming devices, ACE appears to be focusing on programs that people install on a variety of streaming devices.

Cloudflare is required to provide the following information in the subpoena complaint:

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.

With infringed title examples and links, the websites referred to host download links for both BeeTV and TeaTV.

ACE/MPA Target BeeTV, TeaTV

As said before, the MPA also submitted takedown notices to GitHub for BeeTV and CyberFlix.

GitHub DMCA Takedown Notice – BeeTV

GitHub DMCA Takedown Notice – CyberFlix

It will be fascinating to watch if and when Cloudflare complies with the subpoena, as well as what ACE does with this information.

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