Native TV streaming service Locast has closed up store, a minimum of in the intervening time. It suspended operations following a ruling on Tuesday that it couldn’t use its non-profit standing as a authorized defend. Networks have claimed that Locast violated their copyright.
“We’re suspending operations, efficient instantly,” Locast wrote in an e mail to customers. “As a non-profit, Locast was designed from the very starting to function in accordance with the strict letter of the legislation, however in response to the courtroom’s current rulings, with which we respectfully disagree, we’re hereby suspending operations, efficient instantly.”