Digital Millenium Copyright Act - you know, the law? Don't worry, I'm sure people have already notified the proper authorities and hopefully they will contact you sooner rather than later.
I'm still waiting for any of the other channel creators who are showing shows from nbc, cbs, and other places to upload a dually signed copy of the contracts they have with those content creators. I highly suspect we'll see no signature pages anytime soon ...
for those that have no idea what I'm talking about...
Here it is (which I've not really plainly written out here in the forums til now):
If you are a channel creator, I challenge you to upload a copy of the dually signed contract signature page for the contract you have with content creators for the content you are showing in your roku channel so that all your viewers can see that you are legally distributing the stuff you are distributing with permission from the copyright owners. No need to show the whole contract, since there may be trade secrets and stuff in there, and nda stuff - just a copy of the page that shows your signature and the signature of the content creators for the content you are showing to us through the roku. If you do upload those pages, please post a link to them here in a reply to this thread so they'll all be in one place, easily accessed. Thanks.
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Honestly, I don't really care one way or the other personally about this stuff, but obviously some do. I believe in the right to free speech, and that information seeks to be be 'free' but I also can see the content creator's side of things as I'm an artist myself.
Technically, just to view any website you are creating a copy of the copyrighted images and stuff on that site, or actually, your browser is... which makes the entire internet a copyright violation if you want to get right down to the nitty gritty of it, lol.
I do know that some podcasts and stuff don't require written permission, but if you folks that are creating the channels can show proof of that you are not in violation of copyrights, etc., why not go ahead and show it up front so that you can explain to both your viewers and the content creators why you have the 'right' to distribute what you are distributing, and won't get some cease and desist letters or crazy viewers creating all sorts of hate mail directed at you.
I honestly think if the stuff's on the internet, and the roku can be made to view it, why not let folks view it... They are likely to do so anyways, just using something other than a roku to do so. Heck, pirated stuff actually probably causes more money to roll in to the content creators indirectly... if someone likes a movie enough they will buy it. If someone wants to see higher quality movies, they'll get a subscription to netflix, etc.
http://forums.roku.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=46566&p=359897#p359897 -channel lists/tools
http://forums.roku.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=64096 -linear channels