This is perhaps a consequence of the hyper-vetting of the private channel marketplace that began in earnest after the Roku IPO. It's understandable, given the sleazy, piratical nature of some of the content scraping that was occurring among some of the private channels. This stuff was barely skirting copyright law. Heck, now that Roku is public, they have to be more diligent in this regard, as they might have legal exposure to lawsuits. They don't want the SEC and the FTC after them. In your case, JT, it's probably one of those false positives that will happen when there is rigorous testing.
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