'Fully loaded' Kodi box seller pleads not guilty

He will face trial charged with circumventing copyright.

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Richard Lawler
January 27, 2017 11:25 PM
In this article: av, copyright, entertainment, kodi, piracy, UK
'Fully loaded' Kodi box seller pleads not guilty

Whether the makers of Kodi (by now you should know that's the new name for what used to be XBMC) like it or (definitely) do not, people have built businesses around preloading their software on players like a Fire TV stick and advertising it as an avenue for watching pirated video streams. Over in the UK, the authorities raided Brian Thompson's Cut Price Tomo TV's and have charged him with two offenses under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act. Now, as TorrentFreak explains, the court will decide what role Thompson played in any potential copyright infringement by the people who purchased the devices.

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'Fully loaded' Kodi box seller pleads not guilty