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Are you using licensed live streaming channels? If yes, then its fine, otherwise it could get your app removed from google play under DMCA.
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Loosing 500k users will be worst nightmare. I think i should remove it.
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And your account would be blocked
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What about linking to videos? What has been uniformly held to be legal is, if the site you’re linking to says it’s OK to link to them, then you can index their site and provide a link that brings up the linked web page as long as it’s not grouped within your framing so that you can’t tell where the source of the video is. Framing it inside your own stuff is impermissible, unless the (originating) site allows it, like YouTube. Indexing and then providing a link to the site as if it were a phonebook has been held permissible in several cases so long as you don’t make the link look like the content is yours.
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I am linking the content to the original one. In fact the content is not saved on our servers at all. But I think removing live streaming makes sense. I got a jugaad for that ;)
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Of course you should respect the laws and remove streaming.
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