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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(06:20 PM EDT - May,01 2017 )
quote:
Selling Piracy-Configured Media Players is Illegal

That's a good decision, except I don't agree when it comes to things implemented of top of a platform (see Kodi issue).
It's like saying: You can't sell PCs with Windows installed because Windows can run illegal tools... But so can Linux and anything else...
I wonder what Dell, Asus and other OEMs will have to say when they won't be allowed to ship PCs with Windows...

Tom(01:30 PM EDT - May,02 2017 )
Csimbi> quote:
Selling Piracy-Configured Media Players is Illegal

That's a good decision, except I don't agree when it comes to things implemented of top of a platform (see Kodi issue).
It's like saying: You can't sell PCs with Windows installed because Windows can run illegal tools... But so can Linux and anything else...
I wonder what Dell, Asus and other OEMs will have to say when they won't be allowed to ship PCs with Windows...


Except that you can't buy Windows/Linux with Kodi installed with illegal addons.

Csimbi(10:17 AM EDT - May,03 2017 )
It seems you did not get the idea, but that's quite all right.

Tom(08:52 AM EDT - May,04 2017 )
Csimbi> It seems you did not get the idea, but that's quite all right.

No you are the one missing the point. They sell an Android box "pre-configured" with Kodi and a bunch of pirate addons. That is the problem and only the problem. I am pretty sure you can still buy an Android box without KODI on it but it wont be so easy to get all these pirate addons.

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