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Resilient TVAddons Plans to Ditch Proactive ‘Piracy’ Screening

Just a few months ago TVAddons was decimated after being dragged into two copyright infringement lawsuits. Despite the legal trouble and a devastating domain seizure, millions of people have found their way back to the platform. Now that the dust has settled somewhat, the site also plans to ditch the proactive addon vetting process that's currently in place. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more.
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