You good as far as I am concerned morally.
Teenagers without money or people in other countries, I guess.
I'd imagine people wouldn't want to go through the trouble of signing up for a VPN and then finding a way to sign up for a subscription service in a different currency when they could download a 1080p stream in 10 minutes and be done with it. Why are these companies providing such shut streams.
yeah man why not pay for a VPN (as you shouldn't be paying for stuff on a free VPN) just to pay for a service just to watch 1 entire show
People are cheap. The whole access argument only is for a niche amount of people pretty much always. The majority is people are cheap and we need to pass ISP laws that protect content creators.
If it is I can’t tell. I have hbo on directv but the best source I’ve ever seen for GoT is streaming hbo go on the Xbox X. Idk if the X is doing some processing magic but it looks far cleaner than the raw signal I get on directv.
HBO Now is for people who pay for the HBO app directly from HBO.
HBO Go on desktop still uses Adobe Flash in 2019!
I thought a lot of companies blocked VPN. Imagine if you went though all this, and then HBO Now was blocked because you were using the VPN to access it.
You can subscribe to HBO in Canada through Crave now for $20/month.
Wow, thousands of dollars? I'm sure they're super excited about that prospect!Imagine how much more money HBO would make simply by allowing people to rent/buy each episode for a two or three dollars apiece, worldwide, at the same time, instead of trying to funnel people toward their subscription service.
Hell, they'd make thousands on 99-cent downloads.
Wouldn't they reject the payment from another country considering that they block other countries from accessing their service?
Are you the first lobbyist to create an era account?
Should we be thankful for the piracy that caused that then? It was a smart move for pretty much all the big names like HBO, Showtime, etc... To allow us to subscribe without having cable. And I'm thankful Disney's bringing The Simpsons to a steaming service that doesn't require cable as well.
Yea I subbed at crave this month to watch GOT and Chernobyl but holy crap what is with the quality, everything looks like a bootleg cd rom rip from 1995.
I personally wouldn't give a damn, you're already paying them for support
Really? Sky only delivers GoT in 720p? What about Amazon or even the Playstation Network? I haven't checked in a while but a few seasons ago you were able to buy it on a PS4 and I'm pretty sure it was available in 1080p.
You'd think these gigantic companies couldn't buy their own dinner, the way they whine about piracy rates without providing practical alternatives. Thousands of dollars is a number from my ass, but profits are profits.