Streaming law?

  • Hallo,
    I heard the other day that there is supposedly some kind of streaming law in place. Did you hear about it?
    Apparently, watching series and films on such streaming sites is a criminal offense.
    I have been using this here lately: serienstream.be and am very satisfied with the image quality and the speed.
    I even subscribed, and now you want that to be illegal?


    I don't know what you think about it, but I think that's outrageous. It's not that I watch or download porn, but rather simple series and films.
    I hope you can say a little more about it.


    Many thanks.

    You won't get me, I'm free as the wind.

  • Didn't know that there is a new law, but the legal situation for streaming is still not conclusively clarified. Maybe you mean that?

  • Hmm well, I have to say that I haven't heard of such a law: s I am often on such sites and have to say that I haven't had any problems so far.

    For this reason I have to say that I really don't know anything about this law. I have to look around again and find out more, not that I really get a big penalty in the end :D

    I'm currently on helpmag.de/europa-league-im-kostenlosen-live-stream. I follow different soccer games and I also follow other channels, because I can also find my programs in the stream that I like to watch.

    And what was with you, have you been able to find out a little more about it?
    It would be great if I could find out something there too.

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    This post was made by michael turned off ().
  • Both streaming and torrenting are illegal in Germany. To avoid hassle, avoid it and use paid services instead. There you have it, the complete guide to help you avoid hassle while streaming your favorite content while in Germany.


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  • Streaming movies from unauthorized file sharing sites or popular torrent sites (like xxx) is illegal. Anyone who is caught faces a fine of between EUR 150 and EUR 1.500

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