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    How can DISH prove an IPTV subscriber is actually viewing their service? A subscriber may only be watching foreign channels. How can they demand payment for something that is not used?

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    it's a 2 way street

    you can't view anything unless you request it

    of course that's assuming there are any logs

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdayz View Post
    How can DISH prove an IPTV subscriber is actually viewing their service? A subscriber may only be watching foreign channels. How can they demand payment for something that is not used?

    They can demand what they want but you have the option to refuse it. Then they can choose to file an action or not if you refuse. Your question would perhaps be your defense if they filed an action saying you subscribe to the IPTV service but did not view their service therefore your not liable as you did not infringe on their copyright.


    In a Civil action the bar for proving is far less than Criminal. I am not a lawyer but think a Court could be persuaded it was more likely than not.



    “a preponderance of the evidence.” This standard requires the jury to return a judgment in favor of the plaintiff if the plaintiff is able to show that a particular fact or event was more likely than not to have occurred.




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