ACE shuts down illegal Canadian IPTV services, Juice TV and Dream TV

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The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment has prevailed in shutting down two popular illegal streaming services based in Canada.  According to a written statement, all Juice TV and Dream TV domains were transferred to ACE and are now redirecting to the Watch Legally section on the ACE website.

Juice TV was an IPTV subscription service with over 2500 live channels and 15,000 video-on-demand (VOD) titles, in addition to live & PPV sports. The service operator developed custom IPTV apps and a VPN client. Traffic to the three primary domains associated with the JuiceTV service had been trending up since May 2021.

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Dream TV, launched in 2018, was an IPTV subscription service that claimed to offer over 800 channels, video-on-demand (VOD) television programming and PPV sports. ACE took action against the Windsor, Canada-based operator, and following direct communication, the service went offline.

Read the ACE press release

Why it matters

The theft of digital content harms both local and foreign films and businesses, threatens jobs, undermines investment, reduces tax contributions to governments, and stifles creativity.

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