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Click here to see more …Such people appear in person on the videos or Q A sessions, giving out their names and in some cases even their emails. Many of them have broad user and followers groups, and support reputable platforms and services. That said if companies like Ace or Dish want to blame them for what they’re doing they can do it really quickly. Sellers not only use YouTube to advertise their offerings but also to validate the perceived legality underpinning them. Even if some users argue against those statements their points are disregarded or rejected on a groundless basis. Clearly the fact that these people are not afraid of showing their faces and making their cases public is what convinces hundreds of thousands to sign up for their services believing they are entering a legitimate forum. Who would be mad enough to yell for everyone, including anti-piracy groups and their investigators, “Here I Am?” Can this all be based on cases of fake identity? We don’t know the answer to this right now but it’s a very bizarre situation. In the end by August, the Ace is still fightingback. So how do these giants make it possible for Iptv sellers to advertise their YouTube services? That can be viewed from a different perspective as you can imagine. This can be a case of systematic resistance by anti-piracy organisations to copyright laws reaching alarming proportions following a rise in the pressure-induced situations. The more they try to take it down, the more people express their support for piracy openly and blatantly so it slowly transforms to a social phenomenon. Even now, piracy is practically everywhere and the reason for its existence is that publishers and distributors are greedy. If not, the social phenomenon will grow into a monster that swallows the whole concept of copyright law.