Free TV for life is here, and it may even be legal
Adams runs his company, Android TV Boxes Canada, as a side job, but he says business is so good, last month, he made more money peddling his boxes than working at his full-time job at a printing company. […] The entrepreneur explains he orders Android boxes from China and then loads them with extra software and apps. His most popular model sells for about $120. […] Canada’s Copyright Act prohibits unauthorized downloading of copyrighted content. But viewers using a loaded Android box are only streaming, not downloading material. “Streaming falls a little bit into that grey area,” said internet law expert Michael Geist. That’s because streaming video could be considered a “transient, temporary display,” he says. – Sophia Harris, CBC News
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