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brisky44

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#237690 13-Jun-2018 16:56
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Has anyone had any experience with there isp in new zealand blocking kodi addons i could be wrong but any addon that is used to stream media dose not have any links.

 

as soon as i turn vpn on there are lots of links and this is the case on windows pc, raspberry pi 3, and ubuntu any ideas 


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  #2036066 13-Jun-2018 17:51
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Should probably have read the FUG before posting.. GeekZone is not the place for discussions about the sort of Kodi addons I suspect you are talking about.





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  #2036068 13-Jun-2018 17:54
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A fine line here. Be careful on next steps.





 

 

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  #2036078 13-Jun-2018 17:59
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Without trying to break any terms and conditions of the site, my question is regardless of the services these add-ons provide, do ISPs in New Zealand block these services or have they started to in the last month? As when I use these services they do not work all of a sudden unless I use a VPN.

 

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  #2036079 13-Jun-2018 18:05
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Blocking content of any kind other than that mandated by law is not typical of most ISP's in NZ


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  #2036081 13-Jun-2018 18:11
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The likely scenario here is you have an add-on that is pulling a stream from a legitimate source and it therefore has geo-blocking on their end.

 

Like how you can't watch TVNZ out of NZ, pretty much everyone else does the same thing.

 

I don't know of any NZ ISP's that actively filter content (except for DIA mandated stuff of course for those who are members.)


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