Last week, the court announced to ban the Roku devices sale in Mexico. Televisa owned-cable provider Cablevisión requested in court to take action against the sale of Roku devices, the company claimed that the devices helps the hackers by connecting these devices.
However, the Roku owners pirated content from HBO, ESPN, and Televisa’s channels, the Roku denied the alleged but in vain, the court announces to ban the devices in the country. The company launched the streaming back in 2015 and now after the ban on devices, the company aims to restore the sales around the country.
According to the verge report, Cablevisión spokeswoman Maria Eugenia Zurita states:
“Cablevisión cannot allow the content that it licenses from domestic and foreign companies to be illegally used. We would also like Roku Inc to better supervise the use of its software so that it’s not used inappropriately.”
Moreover, the Roku has been banned to distribute the content without any distribution rights from the court. The company copyrights for online streaming though the devices have currently stopped. The company says to fight against the alleged. The hackers can develop new channels and access the customers for subscription.