Millions of Kodi streamers who use jailbroken Apple TV 2 devices to watch content are at risk of hacking attacks due to a "huge security flaw."
A fake and potentially malicious application has been discovered on the official Google Play Store posing as WhatsApp Business – and has been downloaded up to 5,000 times.
Yusuf Mohammed, from Bristol, will have to disclose details about the money he made while running the operation and pay an undisclosed sum in damages to the broadcaster.
Two Teeside men have been handed suspended prison sentences in Kodi case - others "may not be so lucky".
Hollywood studios join forces with international sporting associations, major TV broadcast companies and streaming giants to take on illegal streaming devices.
New FACT report claims 25% of the British public "consume illicit content".
Team Kodi attacks trolls selling free media player and 'Kodi boxes' for profit.
Leading media server drops Plex Pass requirement for Kodi users.
Illegal stream-operators are advising UK users that VPNs are now a necessity.
Kodi goes 64-bit on PC, development team calls it a 'major step' towards UWP version.
Dead Kodi add-on revived, but fresh evidence emerges of legal threat from Canadian media firms.
Westminster City Council seizes 40 pre-loaded IPTV devices.
High Court 'blocking order' could see ISPs shut down servers illegally streaming premium sport broadcasts.
Following TVAddons shut down a Kodi insider believes updates could hide malware to log viewing habits.
Is this free streaming app for smartphones, tablets and Google Chromecast the next piracy haven?
Searing blog post from Team Kodi recommends pirates "expect ZERO sympathy or support".
UK Intellectual Property Office found that one in four Brits accessed pirated content in past three months.
Opportunistic Kodi box sellers found advertising home visits on social media.
US court grants broadcast company subpoenas to unmask add-on creators.
The alliance wants to combine resources and catch digital thieves - but can it work?
Massive blow for Kodi piracy as popular source of 'unofficial' add-ons disappears.
XMBC favourite shuttered after US network pursues major add-ons for copyright infringement damages.
Experts said 'hundreds of millions' of users were left at risk of subtitle hacking.
Study estimates almost five million Brits use Kodi and illegal streaming apps on Android smartphones.
XBMC Foundation's project lead believes proposed measures could help "gain trust from certain providers".
Amazon threatens to 'destroy' stock of streaming media players found to promote pirated content.
Football fans have been urged to instead watch through television subscriptions such as Sky or BT Sport.
Culprit 'should not be seen as a Robin Hood-type character,' said Hartlepool Council.
UK copyright experts claim the suspects made "in the region of £250,000" via online sales.
Here's how to spot a legitimate Kodi add-on from an illegal one.