Should or should a Fox Sports or an NPO Start block their services if you log in from abroad?
I always annoy myself immensely that when I am on vacation or business trip I can not see my favorite club.
Why is your current location leading, and not the registered location where you take out your service on an internet service?
I pay a Dutch subscription for a number of well-known services, but as soon as I cross the border (outside the EU) my access rights expire to what I pay myself. *
And in that line, if I receive a discount on 3 simultaneous logins via a family subscription, what does it matter where they are consumed? Spotify is fun for outdoors. And my Fox Sports web login is good when I can not watch cable TV at home.
I do not think it’s legal that my ease of use is being thwarted and possibly using illegal tools to get what I have a moral right to: losing my favorite club without a chance.* I mean, the warranty on my smartphone is governed by Dutch law, even if my phone in Hong Kong passes it.
[Reactie gewijzigd door Stpan op 21 september 2018 16:18]