What is Team-Kodi's stance on "alternative" streams
#1
I 'd like to develop an addon that will contain several live streams from TV channels that have their official streams available for free (i.e. Euronews) but also include alternative streams in it from other sources. For Euronews's case one of the alternatives if from Youtube and additionally from unofficial sources.

So my question is... is such an addon considered piracy-enabled?
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#2
I'd say no.
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(2018-09-16, 17:52)threshold84 Wrote: additionally from unofficial sources.
 Perhaps you should read that part again and think about it. 

Hint: hell no, not allowed
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#4
The origins of a stream make them "legitimate", even legitimate content can originate from illegitimate servers... Making them illegal streams.
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