Zediva sued by MPAA for streaming DVDs

April 5, in Business


Zediva, the new, somewhat unknown streaming service, has been sued by the MPAA for streaming DVDs online. MPAA claims that Zediva doesn’t have the right to stream movies as it’s not a regular streaming service. Zediva doesn’t obtain a streaming license from the studios, instead it acquires DVDs and streams them, which MPAA is now objecting to with a lawsuit.

Zediva has used its system to stream recent films like The Social Network and The Fighter, where it offers customers to stream 10 movies for $10 bucks. Don’t expect Zediva to last long, though.

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